December 2000 - Partners for Environmental Quality (PEQ), an eight-year-old interfaith group based in Trenton, New Jersey, has launched a new campaign, "Congregations for Clean Air," to urge religious institutions and their members to purchase power generated from renewable energy sources. The group, which consists of leaders of the Catholic, Episcopal, Jewish, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, Quaker, and Unitarian faiths, representing nearly 6,000 congregations in the state, has formed a one-year partnership with Green Mountain Energy to serve churches and members interested in purchasing green power. Several religious institutions have already signed up with Green Mountain.
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