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Montana Co-op Offers Green Power

July 2003 - Vigilante Electric Cooperative, which provides electricity service to about 4,500 members in nine southwestern Montana counties, is offering a green power option to its residential and non-residential customers. Under the Alternative Renewable Energy (ARE) program, customers can purchase 100-kWh blocks of green power for an extra $1.10 each month or meet their entire monthly electricity usage with green power at the same premium of 1.1¢/kWh. The Bonneville Power Administration is supplying the power from wind, hydro, and solar projects located in Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming.

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Vigilante Contact: Rod Siring (406) 683-2327

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