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New WRI Guide Tackles Corporate Product Needs

December 2004 - The World Resources Institute (WRI) released a new study that identifies and describes "next generation" green power products that can be specifically tailored to meet the needs of most corporate customers in voluntary purchase markets. WRI notes that for many large corporate customers, "current generation" green power products are not sufficiently attractive because they are too expensive and do not provide enough value to justify their premiums. The report discusses three examples of "next generation" products including green power using nationally sourced renewable energy certificates (RECs), long-term fixed-price green power, and green contract for differences. The report is the sixth installment of WRI's Corporate Guide to Green Power Markets series.

WRI Report - Developing "Next Generation" Green Power Products for Corporate Markets in North America

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WRI Contact: Craig Hanson (202) 729-7624



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