An archived version of the online open house is available here.
Station 1: About Energize Eastside
- Energize Eastside project and schedule
- What is Energize Eastside?
- Opportunities for public involvement
- Quick facts (中文 Chinese, Español Spanish, فارسی Farsi, हिन्दी Hindi, 日本語 Japanese, 한국어 Korean, Русский Russian, Việt Vietnamese)
- Fact sheet
- Frequently asked questions
- Neighborhood options
Station 2: Eastside need and growth
- How has Eastside demand changed?
- About Eastside need
- About Eastside growth
- The Eastside's electric demand
- How power gets to you
- Eastside need and solution video
Station 3: What are we hearing?
- We're listening
- What will the project look like? and Photo simulations
- How will trees be affected? and Vegetation management brochure
- Will Energize Eastside be used to export energy to Canada?
- How is PSE "right-sizing" the project?
- Has PSE considered alternative solutions?
- Can PSE put the lines in the Seattle City Light transmission corridor? and Letter from Seattle City Light
- Can you safely put transmission lines near the Olympic Pipeline?
- Are property values a factor when evaluating route options? and Property owners guide to easements
- Can PSE put the lines underground?, Underground transmission lines fact sheet, and Tariff
- What about electric and magnetic fields (EMF)?, What are magnetic fields?, and Electric and magnetic fields brochure
Station 4: What has the Community Advisory Group completed so far?
- Community Advisory Group progress to date and next steps
- Route segments map
- Narrowing the route options
- Summer 2014 survey results and Summer 2014 open house and survey summary
- How did the Community Advisory Group determine their preliminary route recommendation?
- Community Advisory Group member list
- Community Advisory Group blind evaluation results
Station 5: How did the advisory group complete their evaluation?
- What is Multi-Objective Decision Analysis (MODA)
- Results of the Multi-Objective Decision Analysis (MODA) and Multi-Objective Decision Analysis (MODA) evaluation results handout
- Route options data table
Station 6: Community Advisory Group preliminary route recommendation
- Community Advisory Group preliminary route recommendation
- Ash (Segments A-C-D-F-G1-I-K2-M-N)
- Oak (Segments A-C-E-G2-I-K2-M-N)
- Redwood (Segments A-C-E-G2-G1-H-K1-K2-M-N)
- Willow (Segments A-C-E-J-M-N)
Station 7: What's next?
Station 8: Provide your feedback!
Station 9: General PSE information