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  • Video: Kilowatt Kitty kicks off Bellingham's 'Energy Year'

    Bellingham Mayor Kelli Linville has declared 2016 "Energy Year" in recognition of several community projects to save energy and move toward renewable sources. The city is a finalist in the Georgetown University Energy Prize and could win $5 million if there is enough participation and reduction through the program. Kilowatt Kitty, the program's new mascot, made its debut at City Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016.

Bellingham Mayor Kelli Linville has declared 2016 "Energy Year" in recognition of several community projects to save energy and move toward renewable sources. The city is a finalist in the Georgetown University Energy Prize and could win $5 million if there is enough participation and reduction through the program. Kilowatt Kitty, the program's new mascot, made its debut at City Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. samantha.wohlfeil@bellinghamherald.com
Bellingham Mayor Kelli Linville has declared 2016 "Energy Year" in recognition of several community projects to save energy and move toward renewable sources. The city is a finalist in the Georgetown University Energy Prize and could win $5 million if there is enough participation and reduction through the program. Kilowatt Kitty, the program's new mascot, made its debut at City Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. samantha.wohlfeil@bellinghamherald.com

Bellingham declares 2016 Energy Year; $5M on the line

February 03, 2016 9:58 AM