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Allegheny Power Proposes Wind Energy Program

November 2007 - Allegheny Power announced that it has filed an application with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission to offer a wind energy program to its customers in the state. Under the proposed program, consumers could purchase green power sourced from wind farms located in Pennsylvania and other areas of the country. Residential, commercial and industrial customers will be able to participate in the program at various levels, with costs starting at $2.50 per month above standard electricity rates. Allegheny Power will partner with Community Energy Inc. to implement and market the program.

News Release - Allegheny Power Seeks Pennsylvania Authorization for Wind Energy Program

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