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Naperville Offers Green Power Product

January 2005 - The City of Naperville (Illinois) municipal utility is partnering with Community Energy, Inc. (CEI) to offer a green pricing program to its residential and commercial customers. The Naperville Renewable Energy Option product is supplied from a combination of wind energy (90%), small-hydro (5%), and solar energy (5%) procured from in-state sources, and is priced at a 2.5¢/kWh premium to the regular electricity rate. The minimum participation level is $5.00 for the purchase of 200 kWh. Customers will receive informational inserts and enrollment forms with their January utility bills.

News Release - City of Naperville and Partner, Community Energy, Launch Renewable Energy Option

Naperville Contact: Gary Karafiat (630) 420-6034
CEI Contact: Amy McGinty (484) 744-1782

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