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October 2011 - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has added Google, Ingram Micro, and Price Chopper Supermarkets as Green Power Partners, which recognizes leading organizations for their voluntary green power efforts.

Google ranks 47th on the Green Power Partnership's National Top 50 list, with over 103 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of annual green power usage. In addition to on-site renewable energy generation, Google purchases renewable energy from NextEra Energy Resources, Renewable Choice Energy, and Puget Sound Energy.

Ingram Micro ranks 61st on the Green Power Partnership's Fortune 500 Partners list, purchasing more than 3.1 million kWh of green power each year, which is equivalent to meet 107 percent of the company's electricity use at its corporate headquarters in Santa Ana, California. Ingram Micro is purchasing renewable energy credits (RECs) from Renewable Choice Energy.

Price Chopper Supermarkets ranks 18th on the Green Power Partnership's Top 20 Retail list, using 12 million kWh of green power annually. Price Chopper purchases green power from Hess Energy Marketing.

News Release - U.S. EPA adds Global Tech Giants Google, Ingram Micro as Green Power Partners

News Release - EPA Recognizes Ingram Micro Inc. Among Nation's Leading Green Power Purchasers

News Release - EPA Recognizes Price Chopper Supermarkets Among Nation's Leading Green Power Purchasers

March 2009 - Catholic University plans to expand its purchases of renewable energy through savings achieved by participating in Hess Energy Marketing’s Demand Response program. Under the program, customers in the Pennsylvania-Jersey-Maryland (PJM) market can be paid for committing to reduce electricity usage during times of peak demand when power grids are under significant stress. In turn, Hess is paid by regional power pools for preparing its customers to reduce energy consumption during peak usage periods. By participating in the program, Catholic University will receive $350,000 over the next four years, enabling the university to purchase renewable energy certificates (RECs) for 30 percent of its total electric demand and invest in energy reduction programs on campus.

As part of the Demand Response program, the university received an energy audit and advanced metering equipment and, in conjunction with Hess, developed a comprehensive energy curtailment plan in the event that a regional power pool requests a short-term reduction in energy consumption.

News Release - Universities hire Hess for big DR savings

Contact: Danielle Ruest, 212-896-1251

December 2008 - Diversified Global Graphics Group (DG3), a global print and communications solutions provider, announced it will purchase 4.3 million kWh of renewable energy certificates (RECs). Under the agreement with Hess Energy, the purchase will provide enough Green-e certified RECs to supply 100% of the demand for DG3’s flagship North American Division in Jersey City, NJ. The Jersey City operation joins two London-based DG3 divisions already purchasing 100% renewable energy. As a result of the REC purchase, the company was named to the EPA’s Green Power Leadership Club, a distinction given to organizations that have significantly exceeded the minimum purchase requirements for EPA’s Green Power Partnership program.

News Release - Diversified Global Graphics Group’s (DG3) North American Division Goes Green with Power and is Among the Largest in America to go 100% Renewable Energy

DG3 NA Contact: Joe Lindfeldt, 201-793-5060

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