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Green Mountain Energy Brings Renewable Options to Pittsburgh

April 2013 - Green Mountain Energy Company has expanded its Pennsylvania territory to include Pittsburgh. The retailer offers a variety of green energy products generated from both wind and solar sources with prices in Pittsburgh ranging from 7.2–9.7¢ per kilowatt-hour (kWh). Price differences are a result of various solar and wind content options and source locations. Additionally, Green Mountain Energy is teaming up with Pittsburgh to help support local initiatives. The company plans to make a donation to offset the total carbon dioxide emissions from the Pittsburgh Marathon, plant one tree for every new residential customer, and sponsor the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium's Earth Day celebration.

Press Release - Green Mountain Energy Company Empowers Pittsburgh Residents and Businesses with Sustainable Energy

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