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St. George Offers Green Power

May 2005 - The City of St. George Energy Services Department, which serves about 24,000 meters in southwestern Utah, now offers a green power option to its residential and business customers. Under its Clean Green Power Program, users of city power can purchase renewable energy in 100-kWh monthly increments for $2.95 each, or a rate premium of 2.95¢/kWh. The power is supplied from the 144-MW Pleasant Valley Wind Project in Wyoming and the city-owned Pine Valley hydro project. Program revenues will be invested in additional green power sources.

News Article - City encourages saving energy: Green power shares available to residents

St. George Contact: Renè Fleming (435) 986-4432

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