If you come across a downed power line, stay as far away from it as you can and call Puget Sound Energy at 1-888-225-5773. Assume it is live. Never touch a downed power line or anything near it. Do not drive over down power lines. Should a power line fall on your car when you're driving, slowly continue to move completely clear of it. If your car can't move away from the power line, stay in the car until help arrives. If a person or pet comes in contact with a power line, stay clear and call 911 immediately. Do not touch them or the wire. If you watch carefully, you’ll notice that we missed a couple of important safety issues. While filming the video, we neglected to make sure each driver was wearing their seat belt. It’s important to be safe around electricity and to always wear your seat belt and never text while driving. More information available here: https://www.pse.com/safety/ElectricSafety/Pages/Downed-Power-Lines.aspx
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We know. It sounds too good to be true: A free refrigerator or washing machine for qualified PSE residential electric customers. But we’re not kidding. As PSE-TV’s Ray Lane explains, a new appliance could land in your home with just a few minutes of your time.
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Take a virtual tour of the world's first hydropower plant built completely underground, the Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Project. Constructed in 1898-99 in the Cascade Mountains east of Seattle, the project's original Plant 1 powerhouse -- still operational today -- lies inside a bedrock cavity 260 feet below ground along the edge of Snoqualmie Falls. The Puget Sound Energy project's public park and trails are one of the Northwest's most-visited tourist destinations.
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Puget Sound Energy's Lower Snake River Wind Project is one of the largest wind-power facilities in the Pacific Northwest. Phase I of the project comprises 149 wind turbines capable of generating enough power to serve the electricity needs of 100,000 homes. This video, the second part of a documentary series on the project, focuses on the economic impacts of wind-power development in Southeast Washington.
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The builder/customer is responsible to prepare the job site prior to underground electric and natural gas service installation by the PSE utility crew. Important: • Trench depth and width • Conduit type and diameter • Separation between utilities • Proper back-fill material • More http://PSE.com/CustomerConstruction
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The beauty and power of Snoqualmie Falls are undeniable, annually drawing some 2 million visitors from around the world. This video depicts the tremendous allure Snoqualmie Falls has long held for people, and highlights the recreational, cultural and environmental improvements Puget Sound Energy is making at the falls as part of a major redevelopment of the utility's historic Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Project. More information: http://pse.com/inyourcommunity/king/ConstructionProjects/Pages/Snoqualmie-Falls-Hydroelectric-Project-Upgrade.aspx
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View the entire full length video at http://vimeo.com/5530039 For time immemorial Snoqualmie Falls has been a sacred site to the Pacific Northwests native people, a place whose thundering waters and soaring mists harbor deep spiritual power. In the 1880s, a young man gazed upon Snoqualmie Falls magnificent, cascading flows and envisioned an entirely different kind of power. This is the story of that enterprising civil engineer and his remarkable quest to harness Snoqualmie Falls energy and build the worlds first completely underground hydropower plant, deep within towering falls granite shoulder.
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Watch this vintage video from Washington Natural Gas featuring actress Julia Meade and one of the many great uses of natural gas—cooking! More information on natural gas for your home here: http://pse.com/savingsandenergycenter/ForHomes/Pages/Choosing-Natural-Gas.aspx
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Clean, renewable energy is becoming a core part of Puget Sound Energy's power supply. PSE's goal is to meet up to 10 percent of its customers' total electricity need with cost-effective renewable resources by 2013. A major step in that direction is PSE's ownership and operation of two large wind farms in Washington state. More info located at: http://www.pse.com/aboutpse/EnergySupply/Pages/Wind-Power.aspx
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Puget Sound Energy's Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Project is one of the Pacific Northwest's oldest hydropower facilities. After operating for more than a century, the facility still produces clean, renewable electricity for PSE customers. For more information, please visit http://pse.com/inyourcommunity/king/Pages/Snoqualmie-Falls.aspx.
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Prepare your job site so PSE utility crews can connect underground temporary electric service safely. Important: • Adequate work-pit size • Depth • Clearances and other requirements http://PSE.com/CustomerConstruction
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This video is the third part of the redevelopment story and how PSE has restored the power plants at Snoqualmie Falls. Snoqualmie Falls is a perfect marriage of nature and technology. Here, in the late 1800s, a civil engineer named Charles Baker built the world's first totally underground hydroelectric plant. His subterranean venture harnessed the power of this 270-foot-high waterfall to generate electricity for a growing Puget Sound region. And now, more than a century later, Puget Sound Energy is upholding Charles Baker's legacy with a comprehensive redevelopment of the Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Project.
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It's a part of the state that's off the beaten path, but that's part of the draw. Hit some of the small towns north of Walla Walla and get up close with PSE's wind turbines churning out clean energy. Here's PSE-TV's Ray Lane. View all of the pit stops: http://pse.com/wind More info about wind power: http://pse.com/aboutpse/EnergySupply/Pages/Wind-Power.aspx
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A Bainbridge Island pub is now the site of our area’s newest food waste digester. We’ve partnered with the Harbour Public House restaurant and Impact Bioenergy to set up a six-month anaerobic digester pilot demonstration that helps turn food waste into energy!
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The second largest energy cost in your home is heating hot water. By upgrading your water heating equipment and changing your families' water consumption habits, you can help to save energy, money and the environment. For more information, visit PSE.com.
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Winter is when elderly and lower-income residents need the greatest amount of help staying warm in their own homes. Washington’s Weatherization Assistance Program, in partnership with local utilities such as PSE, provides free energy-efficient improvements to houses, apartments and manufactured homes of eligible consumers. Simple solutions such as sealing cracks and installing insulation that can drop energy bills by up to 30 percent. Get more information at www.commerce.wa.gov, or call 360-725-2947.
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In Re-Energized by Design's first challenge, our six contestants tackle their bathrooms. Which family's design and energy efficiency choices will set them apart? Get design ideas and deals on lighting and appliances at http://www.PSE.com/ReEnergizedByDesign
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PSE and its Green Power program is working with the company BioFuels and a Pierce County landfill to create electricity from methane. PSE-TV's Ray Lane shows how trash is now powering homes. For more information on our Renewable Energy Programs, visit: http://pse.com/renewables
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Nooksack Falls, is a low impact hydroelectric located on the North Fork of the Nooksack River in Washington state. Originally built in 1903, Nooksack is one of the sustainable resources generating electricity for PSE’s Green Power program.
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PSE wants to make it easier for its electric customers to upgrade to a fast home charger to save energy, and help PSE plan for more electric vehicles in our area. For a limited time, qualified PSE residential customers can get a $500 rebate on the purchase of more than 30 types of Level 2 electric vehicle chargers. Get all the details at pse.com/electricvehicles. Here’s PSE-TV’s Ray Lane with customers who have already upgraded.
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Re-Energized by Design Judge Marty Riemer and PSE lighting expert Joel Smith delight PSE customer Robert Stringham with a Re-Energized by Design LED Lighting Makeover Takeover, and stop by PSE's Renewable Energy Center at Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility to learn more about PSE's exciting source of renewable energy. Learn more about making over your home with new LEDs available in dimmable and warm color options, and find PSE discounted bulbs and fixtures for your own lighting makeover at a retailer near you: www.PSE.com/ReEnergizedbyDesign
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Puget Sound Energy's Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility features 149 wind turbines. This video tour takes you inside the 351-foot-tall wind turbines, giving a first hand look at how renewable energy works. Directions to the Wild Horse visitors' center can be found at http://pse.com/wildhorse
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The three remaining contestants take on their laundry rooms -- small spaces with serious organization and energy savings potential. Only two families can move on to the Kitchen Challenge -- who will make the cut? Get design ideas and deals on lighting and appliances at http://www.PSE.com/ReEnergizedByDesign
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The builder/customer is responsible to prepare the job site prior to natural gas service installation by the PSE utility crew. Important : • Trench depth and width • Conduit type and diameter • Separation between utilities • Proper back-fill material • More http://PSE.com/CustomerConstruction
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Puget Sound Energy's hydroelectric dams on the Baker River in the Pacific Northwest's North Cascades mountains provide clean, renewable power for the utility's customers. But those dams also create challenges for migrating salmon. In collaboration with fisheries agencies, Native American tribes and others, PSE has developed a number of effective solutions for helping salmon migrate to and from the sea. One is the utility's new, more advanced upstream fish trap. Learn more by watching this video. More info located at pse.com http://pse.com/aboutpse/Environment/Pages/Fish.aspx
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A wide variety of recreational activities are available in the area surrounding Baker Lake and Lake Shannon, including hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, swimming and winter sports. The easily accessible area features observation viewpoints, interpretation facilities and many opportunities for studying nature. For more, visit: https://pse.com/aboutpse/ToursandRecreation/Pages/Baker-Lake-Tours.aspx
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Launch of PSE's new Lower Baker Floating Surface Collector and Net Transition Structure (which guides fish to the collector) took place over a two week period in July and August 2012. Both of the structures were constructed over a one year period adjacent to Lake Shannon and additional construction and commissioning was finished on the lake until the unit became operational March 1, 2013. Learn more about how PSE designed and built this innovative system for helping salmon move past tall, deep-reservoir dams: https://vimeo.com/5414407 Visit our website for additional information: http://pse.com/aboutpse/Environment/Pages/Fish.aspx
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PSE and the company Vimocity have launched a new effort to reduce the likelihood of workers getting hurt on the job. It’s a training program called Industrial Athlete, which uses strengthening techniques that professional sports stars use. PSE-TV’s Ray Lane shows us more.
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This time-lapse video shows the assembly of three wind-power turbines within a two-day period in June 2011 at Puget Sound Energy's Lower Snake River Wind Project-Phase I, located in Garfield County, Washington. From the ground to the tip of a vertical blade, the 2.3-megawatt turbines stand more than 430 feet tall and weigh 340 tons. The boom on the crane erecting the turbines extends 390 feet into the air. When completed in early 2012, PSE's newest wind farm will have 149 turbines capable of generating 343 megawatts of electricity, enough to serve 100,000 households. More info: http://pse.com/inyourcommunity/sewashington/Pages/Lower-Snake-River.aspx
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Re-Energized by Design Judge Marty Riemer makes his home's lighting more efficient and functional than ever with help from PSE lighting expert Joel Smith and new LED and CFL bulbs. Get design ideas and deals on lighting and appliances at http://www.PSE.com/ReEnergizedByDesign
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The dust has settled on the kitchen projects and it's time for the Judges to decide whether the Reilly family or Sayers family will walk away with Re-Energized by Design's $5000 Grand Prize. Get design ideas and deals on lighting and appliances at http://www.PSE.com/ReEnergizedByDesign
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Learn how you can save energy with a free overview of your home's energy use by signing up for a free HomePrintTM Assessment pse.com/homeprint - Get PSE discounted LED and CFL bulbs at a retailer near you, pse.com/lighting - Get a free high-performance showerhead at pse.com/shoppse
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Heavy rains are causing flooding problems in our area today, including in the Snoqualmie Falls area where PSE we owns and operates a hydroelectric dam. Due to fast-moving, high waters on the Snoqualmie River, we have temporarily shut down the boardwalk that runs along the river’s edge as a safety precaution. PSE believes in Safety First: Please be careful in places where flooding is under way, and steer clear of dangerous waterways.
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After years of planning, testing is underway at our innovative battery storage project in the small town of Glacier in Whatcom County. It will allow us to do something revolutionary: store electricity for use later on. There’s a lot to learn. PSE-TV’s Ray Lane takes us inside the shipping containers for a peek at the future.
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Re-Energized by Design Judge Marty Riemer and PSE lighting expert Joel Smith surprise Re-Energized by Design judge Duell Fisher with an LED Lighting Makeover Takeover, along with an appliance surprise. Enter to win a LED Lighting Makeover Takeover and find PSE discounted bulbs and fixtures for your own lighting makeover at a retailer near you. http;//www.PSE.com/ReEnergizedbyDesign
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Spend a day hiking in the shadows of 149 wind-powered soldiers at one of Washington's largest wind farms. You've probably seen these turbines spinning on the hills outside Ellensburg while driving along I-90. Why not get a closer look? Join one of the daily tours and get a rare peek inside these massive wind turbines. Want more? Check out Puget Sound Energy's Renewable Energy Center and get answers to all of your wind-powered questions. More information: http://pse.com/wildhorse
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Re-Energized by Design Judge Marty Riemer and PSE lighting expert Joel Smith surprise Rosalia and Wesley Watson with a Re-Energized by Design LED Lighting Makeover Takeover. Enter to win a LED Lighting Makeover Takeover and find PSE discounted bulbs and fixtures for your own lighting makeover at a retailer near you. http://www.PSE.com/ReEnergizedbyDesign
Views: 613 Puget Sound Energy
Puget Sound Energy's Lower Snake River Wind Project is one of the largest wind-power facilities in the Pacific Northwest. Phase I of the project comprises 149 wind turbines capable of generating enough power to serve the electricity needs of 100,000 homes. Watch this video to see how the wind project is transforming the Southeast Washington community in which it is located.
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