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1st Rochdale Offers Fixed-Price Option

June 2004 - 1st Rochdale Cooperative is now offering a fixed-price green power option to electricity customers in Con Edison's service territory in New York City and Westchester County. The product, called Sterling Green, is supplied from in-state renewable energy sources, including new wind (40%), small hydro (30%), and methane from landfills or animal wastes (30%). Customers can purchase the green power at a fixed price of 14.4¢/kWh—a 1.5¢/kWh premium above the Cooperative's standard electricity rate of 12.9¢/kWh—for one year from the time of enrollment. Participating customers will receive a separate bill from 1st Rochdale. The product is supplied by Sterling Planet and certified by Environmental Resources Trust.

1st Rochdale Contact: Tom Thompson (917) 886-4793
Jakob Cirell (212) 673-3900 ext. 1

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