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EPA Green Power Partnership

EPA’s Green Power Partnership is a new voluntary program designed to reduce the environmental impact of electricity generation by promoting renewable energy. The Partnership will demonstrate the advantages of choosing renewable energy, provide objective and current information about the green power market, and reduce the transaction costs of acquiring green power.
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1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW (Mail Code 6202J)
Washington , DC 20460
Contact Person: Ariele Foster
Phone: (202) 564-6347
E-Mail: foster.ariele@epa.gov
Website: http://www.epa.gov/greenpower

Detailed Information:
Commercial, nonprofit, and public organizations can become Partners by committing to procure an amount of renewable energy that is proportional to their annual electricity use. In return, EPA will provide a network of providers and Partners, technical information, and public recognition.

EPA recognizes organizations that switch to green power as environmental leaders who are establishing the choice for renewable energy as the next step in sustainable business practice.

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