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InterContinental Miami Commits to 16,000 MWh of Renewables

March 2013 - The InterContinental Miami Hotel has recently committed to purchasing approximately 16,000 megawatt-hours (MWh) of renewable energy. This purchase has earned the hotel a spot on the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) 100% Green Power Users list for the second year in a row. EPA's list recognizes over 1,600 partners that are using green power to meet 100 percent of their organization-wide electricity use. The luxury hotel is working with Greenlight Energy to obtain the substantial amount of wind-generated offsets. Greenlight Energy is a New York based company, sourcing its Green-e Energy certified renewable energy certificates from nationwide wind farms.

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