Puget Sound Energy (PSE) is set to donate $190,000 to 18 local organizations focusing on workforce development and the environment through its “Powerful Partnerships” program.
PSE partnered with these organizations to help educate employees, clients, and donors on strategies to save energy.
PSE is seeking to reduce its carbon emissions to net-zero by helping other sectors enable carbon reduction across Washington.
“With the difficult year brought on by the pandemic, we felt it was important to help organizations that are focused on economic recovery like those supporting workforce development,” said PSE’s vice president of communications, Andy Wappler, in a press release.
“Our commitment to the environment hasn’t wavered during the pandemic, so the partnerships we focused on this year speaks to our commitment to help both the environment and communities to secure a better energy future for all.”
Partner organizations include Habitat for Humanity Seattle – King County, Mountain View Community Center, Central Washington University, and the YMCA of Pierce and Kitsap Counties. 2021 partners include OneRedmond, Sustainable Communities, and others.
To learn more about the Powerful Partnerships program, visit the Puget Sound Energy website here.