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Puget Lowers Green Power Premium

March 2007 - Puget Sound Energy (PSE) announced that it received approval from the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission to lower the price of its green power offering by about 40%. Effective April 1, residential and small commercial customers can purchase renewable energy under the utility's Green Power Program for 1.25¢/kWh above standard electricity rates, down from 2¢/kWh. Large-volume users, such as industries, governments, and colleges, can purchase green power at a premium of 0.6¢/kWh, down from 1.0¢/kWh. The renewable energy used to supply the program is derived from wind, solar, landfill gas, and biomass sources located in the Pacific Northwest

News Release - PSE Encourages Customers to Go Green

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