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CRS Accredits Two More Utilities

December 2002 - Santee Cooper and Wisconsin Public Service have received national accreditation for their green pricing programs from the Center for Resource Solutions (CRS).

Under Santee Cooper's Green Power program, residential and commercial customers can purchase power generated from local landfill gas facilities at a premium of 3¢/kWh.

Wisconsin Public Service offers its NatureWise product to residential, farm, and business customers in 100-kWh blocks for an additional $2.65, or 2.65¢/kWh. The power is supplied from wind, landfill methane, and farm-based methane resources.

The CRS program offers accreditation for utility green pricing programs that meet or exceed locally established criteria related to the type of renewable resources used, product pricing, marketing, and customer education.

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