The power to choose, choose green.
Now customers can GREEN-UP their electric plans. Customers may choose to purchase 25%, 50%, or 100% of their annual consumption in clean renewable energy that comes from 100% New York State generated sources. Sources include wind, biomass, and hydro. One of the quickest ways you can have a direct impact on global warming and the environment is by powering your home or business with green energy. Green power is generated from renewable energy sources like wind, sun, hydro, geothermal and some forms of biomass.
Here are reasons to GREEN-UP:
Minimal, if any, byproducts of CO2 and other pollutants such as carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, and lead in comparison to those produced in the creation of energy through fossil fuels.
Stimulating Our Economy
Renewable energy resources are developed here in New York State. Furthering their development will keep millions of dollars here, creating more jobs.
This will depend on the technological advancements of renewable energy sources. We will always have water, wind and the sun.
This will be strengthened as our dependency for foreign oil is decreased. By moving toward renewable energies, we naturally shift toward freedom from unstable ground.
To learn more about how you can Green-Up, click on the link below:
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