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ENCOA to Offer Pennsylvania Customers 100% Wind at a Discount

December 2012 - The Energy Company of America (ENCOA) will begin offering Pennsylvania PECO and PPL customers the ability to purchase electricity generated by 100 percent wind power. Pennsylvania customers in the PECO service territory are able to purchase the renewably generated electricity for 9.49¢/kilowatt-hour (kWh), while customers in the PPL service territory will be charged 7.69¢/kWh. In addition, customers who switch from PECO to ENCOA's Power Choice 100% Renewable plan will realize a 9 percent savings on their electricity bills over the standard PECO utility rates.

News Article - ENCOA Offers Green Renewable Energy Alternative To Pennsylvanians



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