Welcome to Peninsula Light Company

Peninsula Light Co. is a member owned electric cooperative located in Gig Harbor, WA. Since 1925, the utility has been serving the Gig Harbor and Key Peninsulas, and Fox Island in Western Pierce County. PenLight is a “full requirements utility” of the Bonneville Power Administration. The utility has grown to be the second largest cooperative in the Northwest, serving over 31,000 meters with 977 miles of line and 112 square miles of service territory. The company also provides service to 3,230 water consumers.


Join us for PenLight Night at the Rainiers

 

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Are you a baseball fan? Come celebrate with us at the ballpark on Friday, Aug. 22, during the annual PenLight Night at the Tacoma Rainiers. Choose from two ticket options: $10.50 or $17.50. Both come with a ballpark meal and a reserved seat. The second option includes an exclusive Rainiers hat.

 

Join fellow PenLight members, their families and friends and root on the Rainiers as they host the Omaha Storm Chasers at Cheney Stadium.

 

A limited number of seats are available, so visit www.tacomarainiers.com/peninsulalight and use the promo code “PENLIGHT” to secure your seat today!


 

 

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Key Peninsula Solar Project Offsets Costs for Non-Profits

Peninsula Light Co. has partnered with several community non-profit organizations to install a 4.86-kilowatt solar system at the Key Peninsula Civic Center in Vaughn. Community members and PenLight representatives cut a ribbon to highlight the project during the Key Peninsula Livable Community Fair on May 10.


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Peninsula Light Co. started a demonstration solar project in 2006 along with Bonneville Power Association. We’re in the process of updating our solar inverter to the latest technology. Twenty solar panels were installed to comprise a 4,000-watt photovoltaic system on the west side of PenLight headquarters. Members can view the amount of money saved, as well as how many greenhouse gases have been kept from entering the atmosphere. The project will come back online soon.


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