Georgetown University (GU) was recently added to the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Green Power Leadership Club. The University purchased 113 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of Green-e Energy certified renewable energy certificates in 2013, which is equal to 109 percent of energy use on the Main, Medical, and East Campuses. GU was able to exceed 100 percent because it owns the environmental attributes of energy supplied by the university to MedStar Georgetown Hospital. GU is now ranked fourth on the EPA's Top 20 College & University green power partner list.
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