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Duke Energy Ohio Launches 'GoGreen' Product

July 2007 - Duke Energy Ohio has launched its GoGreen green pricing pilot program. Under the program, customers can purchase 100-kWh monthly blocks of renewable energy for $2.50, or 2.5¢/kWh, with a two-block purchase minimum. Program revenues will be used to purchase renewable energy certificates (RECs) from within and outside the utility's service territory, and to cover the program's marketing and administration expenses. The pilot program is scheduled to run through December 31, 2008, but may be extended based on customer acceptance and the availability of qualified REC sources.

News Release - Duke Energy Ohio to "Go Green"

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