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MeIPL Modifies Green Power Offerings

September 2004 - Maine Interfaith Power and Light (MeIPL) introduced two new green power offerings sourced from zero-emission renewable energy resources, which replace and improve upon its initial green power offering launched in January 2003. The first new product, Green Supply II, is sourced from the Worumbo hydropower facility in Lisbon Falls, Maine, which is the only small hydropower dam in the state certified as low-impact by the Low Impact Hydropower Institute. The product is priced at 1¢/kWh above the standard offer rate. The second offering, Green Supply Plus, couples electricity from the Worumbo hydropower facility with 20% new wind electricity and is priced at 1.5¢/kWh above the standard offer rate.

News Article - New Clean Electricity Products for Homeowners (in Maine Green Power Connection Newsletter, Fall 2004)

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