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Empire State Building Goes Green in a Big Way

January 2011 - Green Mountain Energy Co. of Texas announced a two-year deal to supply 55 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of wind-generated electricity annually for the Empire State Building.

The purchase also exceeded the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Green Power Partnership minimum requirements and will place the Empire State Building on EPA's national Top 100% Green Power Purchaser List. The list represents green power purchasers that are buying green power to meet 100% of their U.S. organization-wide electricity use.

News Release - A tall New York City icon goes green

News Release - Happy ReNew Year! Empire State Building Signs Contract with Green Mountain Energy Company, Becomes NYC's Largest Commercial Purchaser of Green PowerPDF

Green Mountain Contact: Marci Grossman, 602-694-8972



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