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The table shown here summarizes green power products available in Tennessee and nationally available renewable energy certificate products. Please contact our Webmaster if you have questions or more recent information regarding these products.

Company and product listings do not represent endorsement by either the National Renewable Energy Laboratory or the U.S. Department of Energy.

State-Specific Utility Green Pricing Programs
(Verified January 2015 with regular updates)

State Utility Information Enrollment Information Type Start Date Premium
TN TVA: Alcoa Electric Department, Appalachian Electric Cooperative, Athens Utility Board, Bristol Tennessee Electric System, Brownsville Utility Department, Caney Fork Electric Cooperative, Chickasaw Electric Cooperative, Clarksville Department of Electricity, Cleveland Utilities, Clinton Utilities Board, Columbia Power & Water Systems, Cookeville Electric Department, Covington Electric System, Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation, Dickson Electric Department, Duck River Electric Membership Corporation, Dyersberg Electric System, City of Elizabethton Electric System, EPB (Chattanooga), Erwin Utilities, Etowah Utilities, Fayetteville Public Utilities, Fort Loudon Electric Cooperative, Gallatin Department of Electricity, Gibson Electric Membership Corporation, Greeneville Light and Power System, Harriman Utility Board, Holston Electric Cooperative, Jackson Energy Authority, Jellico Electric & Water, Johnson City Power Board, Knoxville Utilities Board, Lafollette Utilities Board, Lawrenceburg Power System, Lenoir City Utilities Board, Lexington Electric System, Loudon Utilities, City of Maryville Electric Department, McMinnville Electric System, Memphis Light Gas & Water, Meriwhether Lewis Electric Cooperative, Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, Milan Department of Public Utilities, Morristown Power System, Mountain Electric Cooperative, Murfreesboro Electric Department, Nashville Electric Service, Newport Utilities, Oak Ridge Electric Department, Paris Board of Public Utilities, Pickwick Electric Cooperative, Plateau Electric Cooperative, Powell Valley Electric Cooperative, Pulaski Electric System, Rockwood Electric Utility, Sequachee Valley Electric Cooperative, Sevier County Electric System, Shelbyville Power System, Smithville Electric System, Somerville Utility Department, Southwest Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, Springfield Department of Electricity, Sweetwater Utilities Board, Tennessee Valley EC, Tri-County Electric, Tullahoma Utilities Board, Union City Electric System, Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation, Volunteer Energy Cooperative, Weakley County Municipal Electric System, Winchester Utilities Green Power Switch landfill gas, PV, wind 2000 2.67¢/kWh

Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado.

Notes: Utility green pricing programs may only be available to customers located in the utility's service territory. For additional details, please see the full green pricing products table.



National Retail REC Products
(Verified January 2015 with regular updates)

Certificate Marketer Product Name Renewable Resources Location of Renewable Resources Residential Price Premiums* Certification
3Degrees National Renewable Energy Certificates 100% wind, solar, geothermal, low-impact hydro, biogas, biomass Nationwide 0.5¢/kWh-1.5¢/kWh Green-e Energy
3 Phases Renewables Green Certificates 100% biomass, geothermal, hydro, solar, wind Nationwide 1.2¢/kWh Green-e Energy
Arcadia Power Clean Energy 100% new wind Nationwide 1.5¢/kwh
Bonneville Environmental Foundation Renewable Energy Certificates wind, low-impact hydro, biogas, landfill gas, geothermal, solar Nationwide 0.8¢/kWh Green-e Energy
Carbon Solutions Group CSG CleanBuild biomass, biogas, wind, solar, hydro Nationwide .15¢/kWh - .5¢/kWh Green-e Energy
Community Energy NewWind Energy 100% new wind Nationwide 2.5¢/kWh Green-e Energy
EDP Renewables US Wind 100% wind Nationwide 0.8¢/kWh
GP Renewables & Trading LLC GP-REC Structured Product solar, hydro, biomass, landfill gas, energy efficiency Localized by state and region 0.2¢/kWh
Mass Energy Consumers Alliance New England Wind Friends 100% new wind New England 5.0¢/kWh (contribution)
North American Power American Wind 100% wind Nationwide 1.5¢/kWh Green-e Energy
Renewable Choice Energy American Wind 100% new wind Nationwide 2.0¢/kWh Green-e Energy
REpowerNow REpower Credits wind, solar, hydro Wisconsin 2.5¢/kWh
Santee Cooper SC Green Power landfill gas, solar South Carolina 3.0¢/kWh Green-e Energy
Sky Energy, Inc. WIND-E Renewable Energy 100% wind Nationwide 2.4¢/kWh
Sterling Planet Sterling Wind 100% new wind Nationwide 1.5¢/kWh Green-e Energy
WindCurrent Chesapeake Windcurrent 100% new wind Mid-Atlantic States 1.5¢/kWh

Notes:
* Product prices are updated as of January 2015. Premium may also apply to small commercial customers. Large users may be able to negotiate price premiums.

Source:
National Renewable Energy Laboratory.



National Commercial &/or Wholesale REC Marketers

3Degrees3 Phases RenewablesAir & Liquid Advisors LLCAmerex Brokers
Atlantic Energy GroupBasin Electric Power CooperativeBlueRock EnergyBonneville Environmental Foundation
Bonneville Power Administration (BPA)BP Energy CompanyBrookfield Renewable PowerCalpine Corporation
CarbonCCY ManagementCarbonfund.orgCarbon Solutions GroupClean Currents
Clear Energy Brokerage & ConsultingClear Sky PowerComEdCommunity Energy Inc.
Conservation Services GroupConstellation NewEnergyDirect Energy BusinessEcoelectrons Renewable Energy
EDP RenewablesElement Markets Empire District Electric CompanyEndless Energy Corporation
Exelon Power TeamFirstEnergy Solutions CorporationFlett ExchangeGDF SUEZ Energy Resources NA
Good Energy, LPGreenlight Energy GroupGreen Mountain Energy CompanyGreen Power 4 Texas
GT Environmental FinanceHess EnergyHudson Energy ServicesIberdola Renewables
Integrys Energy GroupJuice EnergyJust EnergyKarbone
Liberty PowerMaine Interfaith Power & LightMainstay EnergyMassachusetts Energy Consumers Alliance (Mass Energy)
MidAmerican Energy MotivEarthNativeEnergyNeuwing Energy Ventures
Nexant Clean Energy SolutionsNextEra Energy Resources (formerly FPL Energy)Old Mill Power CompanyOneEnergy Renewables
One Planet RECPacific RenewablesPlymouth Rock EnergyPPL Corporation
Premier Energy MarketingPremier Power SolutionsQVINTA, Inc.Reliant Energy
Renewable Choice EnergySelect EnergySempra U.S. Gas & PowerShell Trading
Sky Energy, Inc.Sol SystemsSpartan Renewable EnergySpectron Environmental
Sterling Planet, Inc.SunEdisonSun Farm Ventures, Inc.Texas Power
TFS EnergyTradition EnergyTullett PrebonTwin Eagle Resource Management
TXU EnergyUnicoi Energy ServicesViking Wind Partners, LLCVillage Green Energy
Vision QuestWashington Gas Energy ServicesWaste ManagementWaverly Light and Power
Western Area Power AdministrationWindCurrentWindQuest Energy, Inc.WindStreet Energy
World Energy

 

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