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Montana Co-ops Offer Green Power

December 2004 - Five members of the Southern Montana Electric Generation and Transmission Cooperative—Fergus Electric, Yellowstone Valley, Bear Tooth Electric, Mid Yellowstone, and Tongue River—are offering their approximately 60,000 customers a green power option at a price premium of 1.05¢/kWh. Under the program, most of the co-ops are offering the power in 100-kWh blocks, however, at least one of the co-ops allows its customers to purchase green power for all their electricity usage. The programs are supplied by Southern Montana with purchases of the Bonneville Power Administration's Environmentally Preferred Power product, which is a blend of new and existing wind and low-impact hydro.

Southern Montana Electric G&T Contact: Tim Gregori (406) 294-9527

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