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Buy Clean Energy Program to Provide Sustainable Future

8 April 2010 15,271 views 4 Comments

Environmental Program Asks Consumers to Invest in Clean Energy-

Buy Clean Energy 2010, launched by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions and Green-e, strongly urges individuals and businesses to support the development of clean energy in the United States by purchasing clean energy and renewable energy certificates. The program provides straightforward steps for consumers to establish how much electricity they use and ways that they may become more energy-efficient, which will help determine how much clean energy they must purchase to entirely offset annual consumption. The website offers access to several leading providers of renewable energy certificates (RECs) and comprehensive information regarding the clean energy programs available in various regions throughout the country, so that consumers may buy certified clean energy to aid in supporting wind farms, solar arrays, and similar renewable energy technologies. Not to mention, consumers who invest in this program will also be added to a growing roster of participants that have already purchased over 65,000 new kilowatt-hours of clean energy. Join environmental advocates like the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE), Center for Resource Solutions, National Audubon Society, Earth Day Network, and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) by spreading the word throughout your neighborhoods, schools, workplaces, and even the whole world via social avenues like Twitter and Facebook. It is essential that America invest in clean energy for health, a stable environment, as well as national energy security; and with an end goal of 1 billion kilowatt-hours purchased through the Buy Clean Energy 2010 initiative, please consider joining this worldwide fight to help make a global difference.

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