As a provider of an essential service, we are working to ensure we are here for our customers, our community and our employees as coronavirus impacts the region.

With Governor Inslee’s Safe Start Washington county-by-county phased re-opening approach, PSE is gradually returning maintenance and construction crews back into the field and offices. PSE’s highest priority is the health and safety of our employees and communities. As such, we continue to adhere to current CDC guidance regarding COVID-19 while working in our community.

We are requiring our employees to maintain physical distancing while working in the field and offices. We encourage our customers to do the same when engaging with our employees.

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PSE ‘Powerful Partnerships’ helps families and the environment
Puget Sound Energy donates $200,000 to 24 non-profit organizations that focus on human services or the environment

BELLEVUE, Wash. (2/20/2018) Puget Sound Energy is partnering with 24 non-profit organizations across its 6,000 square mile service area to help families in need and protect the environment.

In addition to selecting organizations committed to environmental conservation as PSE did in 2017, this year’s ‘Powerful Partnerships’ also include partners with a commitment to human services. These partnerships allow PSE to enhance community engagement and awareness by focusing its giving efforts.

“PSE has provided energy to communities across Washington for 145 years, so it’s important for us to work with organizations that share our commitment to our customers and the environment,” said Andy Wappler, PSE Vice President of Customer Operations & Communications. “By partnering with two different sectors this year, ‘Powerful Partnerships’ will help us do two things-- extend our reach to customers who need help staying safe and warm and continue our commitment to protecting the environment.”

Funding will allow organizations like the Washington Trails Association to continue making improvements on trails throughout the state.

"Through our Powerful Partnerships award, WTA is pleased to have the opportunity to work with PSE to inspire thousands of people to explore our wild places through hiking and give back to public lands through trail stewardship,” said WTA Development Director Kate Neville.

World Relief Seattle, Washington’s largest refugee resettlement agency, plans to develop a new education program centered on helping PSE’s newest customers understand the connection between energy conservation and bill savings as well as how to use energy safely.

“Many refugee newcomers have spent time in areas where energy is not readily aessible and as a result, may improperly manage their energy use,” said Katie Stoppler, World Relief’s orientation and service coordinator. “This partnership with PSE will help us educate our clients on the connection between usage and high bills and challenge them to conserve power. This is important because households with high energy burdens are more likely to aumulate unsustainable debt and end up trading off other essential expenses such as food and rent. We see this as an investment in their future security and their new communities.”


Our 2018 partners include:


PSE has announced its commitment to reduce its carbon footprint 50 percent by 2040, and these partnerships are essential to helping PSE create a better energy future.