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Marin Energy Authority


June 2012 - Beginning in July 2012, the Marin Municipal Water District (MMWD) will enroll all of its electric accounts in Marin Clean Energy's Light Green renewable electricity option, which provides customers with 50 percent renewable energy. MMWD currently has 236 electric accounts consuming more than 20 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year in order to pump water from reservoirs in West Marin. The switch is timed with Marin Clean Energy's July enrollment period, which is expected to increase total customers to more than 95,000.

MMWD formerly purchased its power from Pacific Gas and Electric Co.

Additional Information - MMWD joins Marin Clean Energy


May 2012 - Center for Resource Solutions has announced that Marin Energy Authority's Deep Green 100% renewable energy product is now certified by Green-e Energy.

The Marin Energy Authority is a not-for-profit public agency that oversees the Marin Clean Energy program, a community power agency serving Marin County, California. The program offers its customers a 100 percent renewable energy option from wind power generated in Klickitat and Sherman Counties, Oregon.

News Release - Green-e Energy Certifies Marin Energy Authority's Deep Green 100% Wind Option


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