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New Green Product Available in New York

July 2003 - Suburban Energy Services (formerly Agway Energy Products), a Syracuse, NY-based company that provides heating oil, natural gas, and other energy services, announced that it is offering green power to homeowners and small businesses in the Niagara Mohawk and NYSEG electric service territories in partnership with Sterling Planet. The companies are offering a Green-e certified product called Sterling Green, which is a blend of 40% wind, 30% small hydroelectric and 30% methane gas derived from renewable sources. Customers choosing the green power product will pay 1.5¢/kWh more than Agway's variable rate for electricity.

News Release - Agway Energy Products Announces Green Electricity Offer: New Product Available In Niagara Mohawk and NYSEG Territories

Suburban Energy Services Contact: Michael Meath (315) 449-6445
Sterling Planet Contact: Bob Maddox (877) 276-3525

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