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Palo Alto Unveils New Program

May 2003 - The City of Palo Alto Utilities (CPAU) is launching a new renewable energy offering for its residential, commercial, and industrial customers. The new product, known as Palo Alto Green, will consist of 100% renewable energy sourced from newly constructed wind turbine located within the western power system and new California-based solar photovoltaic projects. The city is teaming with 3 Phases Energy to develop the offering and manage the renewable energy purchases. The new product will be Green-e certified.

News Release - City of Palo Alto Utilities Announces Partnership with 3 Phases Energy Services to Launch New Wind and Solar Energy Offering, Palo Alto Green

3 Phases Contact: Dan Kalafatas (415) 346-7662

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