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Connecticut Co-op Expands Offerings

March 2002 - The Connecticut Energy Cooperative announced that it now offers Green Certificates for sale to consumers interested in a one-time purchase of green power for an event or other occasion. The certificates represent the environmental attributes of the co-op's EcoWatt electricity product, consisting of renewable power generated from landfill methane, small hydro, and wind resources, and are sold in 150-kWh blocks at a cost of $3.59 for co-op members (about 2.4¢/kWh) and $3.99 for non-members (about 2.7¢/kWh).

The Co-op also recently added EcoWatt Plus, which includes support for building solar projects in Connecticut.

News Release - Co-op Announces Green Certificates

CT Co-op Contact: Bob Maddox (888)481-3955

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