Renewable Choice Receives Nod from U.S. EPA

This week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released their list of the Top 100 Green Power Partners. Renewable Choice is proud to be a green power supplier, providing renewable energy credits (RECs) to more than 10 of the top 50 companies in the country using voluntary green power.

In addition, Renewable Choice is currently the #1 provider of green power in the program by number of Green Power Partners (279), ranking third in overall kilowatt hours provided to these companies at more than 3.8 billion annually.

When customers purchase green power from Renewable Choice, we also offer them support to apply for the Green Power Partnership program to help them receive support and recognition from the EPA for their green power efforts. This support, along with customized marketing tools and our team of green power evangelists, give our customers an experience that extends beyond simply the purchase of RECs.

Since 2001, we have been supporting the development of renewables in the U.S. through the voluntary market, and we remain committed to our customers and our vision:

“To promote a revolutionary shift in the energy economy and the end of dependence on carbon-based fuels by working to change the global energy paradigm towards one of sustainability and ecological regeneration.

We achieve our vision by engaging, educating, and collaborating with our stakeholders; leading the industry with innovative strategies, products, and service solutions; delighting our customers; establishing strong corporate partnerships; and providing employees with fulfilling yet balanced careers of which they can be proud.”

This Earth Week, we’re proud to be part of the solution. 

To learn more about our commitment, read our recent press release.

By | 2014-04-25T16:41:36+00:00 April 25th, 2014|Environmental Blog|

About the Author:

Amy brings 20 years’ experience in leadership and organizations to her work in sustainability communications for Renewable Choice. She earned her M.Ed. at Colorado State University.