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Green-e Seeks Comments on Community Aggregation Standard

July 2006 - The Green-e program, managed by the Center for Resource Solutions, is seeking comments on a draft Community Aggregation Standard that establishes certification criteria for system-wide electricity supply, including electric utility default service and Community Choice Aggregators. Under the proposed standard, default electricity supply with sufficient renewable energy content will be eligible for Green-e certification even when customers do not "opt-in" by specifically choosing a renewable electricity product. Comments on the proposed standard are due by August 21, 2006.

Draft Standard - Green-e Proposed Community Aggregation Standard

CRS Contact: Siobhan Doherty (415) 561-2100

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