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Wastewater Partnership Buys Green Power

December 2006 - The LOTT Alliance, a public wastewater treatment partnership serving more than 85,000 people in Thurston County, Wash., has committed to purchase green power for 100% of its power needs. The green power, amounting to about 7.5 million kWh annually, will be supplied by Puget Sound Energy and will cost the average wastewater ratepayer about 27 cents more per month. Under the utility's Green Power Program, customers can purchase an unlimited number of 100-kWh blocks of green energy at $2.00 per block or can purchase green energy equal to 100% of their total monthly energy usage at the same 2¢/kWh premium rate.

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