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We have some great photos of our recently completed “floating surface collector” on Lake Shannon. The new collector will help young salmon migrate downstream around our two-dam Baker River Hydroelectric Project. Learn more about how we’re protecting fish and the environment at http://pse.com/aboutpse/Environment/Pages/Fish.aspx. 
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Why does it take so long to restore my power? Why doesn’t PSE just put the power lines under ground? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this video featuring PSE's Greg Zeller, director of engineering. 
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Stay safe during the next big storm. Our crews work year round to provide safe and reliable electric service, but if you do experience a power outage: Turn off lights & appliances, leave one light switch on so you'll know when your power is back on. Use flashlights instead of candles. Never use a gas range, indoor cooker, charcoal or gas barbeque for heating. For more storm safety tips, visit PSE.com. http://pse.com/safety/GetPrepared/Pages/Storm.aspx
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Today is Electronic Greetings Day! We want to wish all of our customers a safe and happy holiday season. Happy Holidays from all of us at PSE! 
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What matters to PSE employee Scott Harder? Volunteering with the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Alaska & Washington. With some help from fellow PSE colleagues, Scott raised $3,800 for the annual "Walk for Wishes". See what else matters to PSE employees by watching this video produced by Scott and his team! http://youtu.be/ERCPftXSYG0
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On Saturday, we restored power to all of the Whidbey Island homes that were affected by a massive landslide above Ledgewood Beach last month.  We greatly appreciate the patience of this community’s residents! 
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Hello East Coast! PSE is on the way! Today, two dozen PSE natural gas employees headed to New York to help restore heat for customers on Long Island, where overnight temperatures this week are expected to dip into the 20s. The employees will work with National Grid to replace natural gas meter sets damaged nearly five weeks ago by Superstorm Sandy; they will also inspect and relight equipment and appliances inside homes and businesses. We sent the employee team to New York after evaluating and confirming that we have an adequate number of responders and customer service technicians to respond to routine natural gas-service calls and emergency situations in Snohomish, King, Pierce, Thurston, Lewis and Kittitas counties.
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Avoid unnecessary paper cuts by going paperless today! Our paper cut-free program lets you view and pay your PSE bills online. Get email notifications when your bill is available and a payment is due, and we’ll keep your bills organized for you with automated filing. Learn more at PSE.com.
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What matters to PSE employee Sam Johnson? Helping his community as a volunteer firefighter. See what else matters to PSE employees by watching this video http://youtu.be/ERCPftXSYG0.
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Do you know the proper actions to take if you smell natural gas or suspect a natural gas leak? Andy Wappler will let you know! Check out this safety video and remember to think safe, be safe. http://youtu.be/1H8SLkyXzvs
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Planning a turkey bowl this week? Look up, and keep away from overhead power lines. Play in an open area away from any electrical equipment including power lines, power poles, substation fences and those green cabinets sitting next to streets that contain electrical equipment
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Today’s heavy rain and winds are causing tree branches to break off into power lines, causing scattered power outages, primarily in the western and southern portions of Puget Sound Energy’s service area, specifically in parts of Thurston and Kitsap counties. Since this morning, our locally-based crews have been responding to and restoring the outages as soon as we’re made aware of them. In most cases, once crews arrive at the site, they simply remove the tree branch away from the power line to restore power. Our crews will work throughout the day into the evening to reach and restore each outage.
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Posting 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wash. state’s oldest local energy utility serving electricity & natural gas.
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Puget Sound Energy (PSE) is Washington state’s oldest local energy utility providing electricity and natural gas primarily in the Puget Sound region of the northwest United States. The utility serves electricity to more than 1 million customers in Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Kittitas, Pierce, Skagit, Thurston, and Whatcom counties; and provides natural gas to nearly 750,000 customers in King, Kittitas, Lewis, Pierce, Snohomish and Thurston counties. PSE’s 6,000-square-mile electric and natural gas service area covers the largest metropolitan region north of San Francisco and west of Chicago.