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Rhode Island Group Explores Green Power Options

April 2003 - The Rhode Island Renewable Energy Fund announced the formation of the Renewable Energy Consumer Aggregation (RECA), a group of 20 Rhode Island businesses and educational institutions committed to exploring options to purchase their electricity from renewable energy sources either individually or in aggregate. Combined, the group members use more than 400 million kilowatt-hours of electricity annually.

RECA will investigate the market for renewable power and attempt to find cost-effective purchasing opportunities. The Rhode Island Renewable Energy Fund was established in the state's Utility Restructuring Act of 1996 and is funded through a surcharge on electricity customer bills. The Fund is administered by the State Energy Office.

News Release - Twenty Large Energy Buyers Explore Rhode Island Renewable Energy Purchasing Options

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RECA Contact: Mark Crowdis (301) 625-2590

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