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Payment Plans & Bill Assistance

Seattle City Light is disconnecting customers for non-payment. City Light has flexible payment plans available to all customers. For income-eligible residential customers, we have bill assistance programs available, including emergency bill assistance and the Utility Discount Program. If your electricity has been disconnected, call (206) 684-3000 Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 6:00 pm to discuss your options.

Fleet Electrification Program

Get Expert Help and Incentives to Go Electric

Now is the time to move your fleet forward with electrification, and Seattle City Light is here to help. From fleet advisory services to charging solutions, our team offers free, expert guidance at every step on your journey to electrification. Work with us to save up to 50% of the costs for eligible charging infrastructure.

Benefits of Electrifying Your Fleet

  • Reduced long-term costs
  • Lower operations and maintenance expenses
  • Reduced emissions and carbon footprint
  • Increased reputation as a leader in sustainability and innovation
  • Increased community recognition for your fleet
  • Enhanced recruitment and retention of employees, tenants, and customers

Begin With a Comprehensive Fleet Assessment in Five Easy Steps

  1. Contact our team of experts for a fleet electrification expert.
  2. Review your current fleet with a trusted advisor.
  3. Get a free customized analysis with estimated cost savings and greenhouse gas reductions.
  4. Discuss personalized recommendations on electric vehicles (EVs) to improve your bottom line, the community, and the environment.
  5. Get help with incentives and grants to reduce electrification costs.

Get Started Today

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Save Up to 50% on Fleet Charging Solutions

Seattle City Light can help you save on charging solutions to power your fleet. We offer three charging incentive options and can help you select what is best for your fleet.  

On-Road Vehicle Charger Rebates focus on financial assistance for EV charger hardware and installation costs.

On-Road Vehicle Charger Rebates
Technology Charger Rebate per Port*
EV Chargers Level 2 Wall Mount $3,000
Level 2 Pedestal Mount $4,000
DCFC 50 kW+ $30,000
DCFC 150 kW+ $50,000

Non-Road Equipment Infrastructure Rebates offer financial assistance for non-road electric technology chargers and infrastructure, including electric forklifts, yard trucks, rail yard equipment, and truck refrigeration unit infrastructure.

Non-Road Equipment Infrastructure Rebates
Technology Charger Rebate per Port*
Forklift Chargers Rapid or Conventional $1,000
Electric Standby Truck Refrigeration Infrastructure Wall or Pedestal Mount $1,000
Yard Truck Chargers or Rail Yard Equipment Chargers† Level 2 Wall Mount $3,000
Level 2 Pedestal Mount $4,000
DCFC 50 kW+ $30,000
DCFC 150 kW+ $50,000
DCFC 350 kW+ $100,000

Make-Ready Infrastructure Incentives‡ provide additional financial assistance to fleets within environmental justice communities for behind-the-meter and to-the-meter utility-owned make-ready infrastructure. Limited funding is available.

Ready to get started? Visit to submit your application.

Questions? Contact us at (206) 801-2890 or for details on incentives and a free evaluation and analysis today.

Download the program overview flyer.

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Fleet Advisory Services Provided by ICF

*Incentives are not to exceed 50% of total charger and installation costs or the per-port incentive cap, whichever is lower. Additional funding caps per site may apply. See application for more information.

†Electric rail yard equipment includes rail yard switchers and rail car movers.

‡Covers any utility-owned infrastructure and equipment that provides electric services, extensions, or upgrades needed to support the installation of EV infrastructure in excess of standard new business allowances and any customer-owned equipment from the point of interconnection up to (but not including) the charging equipment.

City Light

Debra Smith, General Manager and CEO
Address: 700 5th Ave, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 34023, Seattle, WA, 98124-4023
Phone: (206) 684-3000

Seattle City Light was created by the citizens of Seattle in 1902 to provide affordable, reliable, and environmentally responsible electric power to the City of Seattle and neighboring suburbs.