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Power Scorecard Now Includes New York Retail Products

November 2005 - Environmental Advocates of New York (EANY) announced that it has teamed with the Pace Law School Energy Project to bring the Power Scorecard retail electricity product rating system to consumers in New York. The Power Scorecard rates electricity products in terms of two criteria: (1) pollution impacts and (2) commitment to new renewable energy supply sources. Six national environmental organizations developed the Power Scorecard as a tool to help consumers evaluate their electricity choices. The Power Scorecard also rates electricity products sold in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Texas.

News Release - Environmental Advocates of New York Launches POWER SCORECARD: Partnership with Pace Law School Energy Project to educate public about electricity choices and pollution impacts

EANY Contact: Anne Reynolds, (518) 462-5526 ext. 238
Pace Contact: Fred Zalcman, (914) 422-4082

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