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Green Mountain Serves More Ohio Cities

March 2002 - Tens of thousands of residents in four Ohio communities will be able to choose "cleaner" electricity under an agreement announced by Green Mountain Energy Company and municipal aggregator, AMPO, Inc. Electricity customers in the cities of Alliance, Sandusky, London and the village of Lagrange will have the option of purchasing electricity from Green Mountain Energy or "opting out" and continuing to buy power from their current supplier. The power will be supplied from a mix of natural gas (98%) and new renewable resources (2%), which the company claims "is 70 percent less polluting than what most Ohioans are buying." Green Mountain Energy already serves more than 400,000 customers of the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council.

News Release - Cleaner Electricity is Coming: Alliance, Sandusky, Lagrange and London Residents Can Choose Green Mountain Energy Company

Green Mountain Contact: Molly Hanlon (512) 691-6187

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