Renewable Energy Certificate program now offered to commercial customers
SAN FRANCISCO, March 26, 2018 /3BL Media/ — Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) announced today that East Coast Power & Gas’s “EC Renewable” clean energy program is now certified by Green-e Energy, North America’s leading independent certification program for renewable energy. East Coast Power & Gas is a leading energy supply company serving residential and commercial customers throughout the New York Metro area. The EC Renewable program is a renewable energy certificate program offered to East Coast Power & Gas’s commercial customers.
In partnership with the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)
The 2017 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook marks the fifth year that BCSE and BNEF have collaborated to document the transformation of the US energy system and the growing contributions of sustainable energy technologies.
In the past five years, these contributions have been significant, including:
As one of the world’s most innovative solar companies, SunPower is proud to design, build and install products that lead the industry in durability, reliability and efficiency.
Let’s take a look at efficiency. When you hear people talking about solar panel efficiency they are referring to the amount of sunlight that is absorbed by a solar panel and converted into power for a home or business.
CPAU launches PaloAltoGreen Gas, a first of its kind Green-e Climate certified gas offset program
SAN FRANCISCO, January 12, 2015 /3BL Media/ — Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) today announced that City of Palo Alto Utilities (CPAU) has launched PaloAltoGreen Gas, a gas offset program that pairs Green-e Climate certified carbon offsets with customers’ natural gas use. PaloAltoGreen Gas is the first Green-e Climate certified gas offset program offered by a municipal-level utility, and the first-ever certified gas offset program offered to residential customers.
Around the country, investor-owned utilities are working to meet new renewable energy standards that have kicked in at the start of 2015. Thirty states, the District of Columbia, and two U.S. territories have set mandated standards for the increased use of renewable energy during the past 10 years. Some have set specific goals. They range from New York state’s 29 percent of total energy output, one of the highest in the country, to New Mexico’s 15 percent, up from last year’s 10 percent.