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Viridian Energy Launches Green Power Service for Chicago Customers

August 2011 - Connecticut based Viridian Energy launched its green energy service for customers in the Chicago metro area. Viridian provides green power options for customers in Chicago's ComEd utility market at a discount to the utility's price-to-compare. Viridian, which reaches more than 160,000 customers in 18 markets in 6 states, offers residential and commercial customers products that contain a minimum of 20% renewable energy.

Viridian's Everyday Green rate plan is a 20% renewable energy option offered at a variable, introductory rate of 6 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh) for the month of August. Viridian's Pure Green rate plan is a Green-e Energy certified 100% renewable energy option sourced from locally produced wind power, which is currently priced at 6.5 cents per kWh.

News Release - Green energy now available in Chicago, courtesy of Viridian

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