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Cincinnati Bell Energy Launches Green Energy Offer

June 2011 - Cincinnati Bell Inc. has launched a green energy retail choice product for Duke Energy customers in Ohio. The green power product is a 100 percent regionally sourced wind product, and has been Green-e certified. The "all-in" (electricity and green attributes) product has a variable rate with a current charge of 6¢ per kilowatt-hour.

The green energy service will be provided by a new entity, Cincinnati Bell Energy, which is the first telecom provider to offer retail energy supply along with its standard telecom services. Cincinnati Bell is partnering with Viridian Energy to deliver the new green power offer.

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