- Published: Wednesday, 18 September 2013 08:50
- Written by Good Energy
In the light of our guest post by EPA Green Power Partnership Program DirectorBlain Collison, we are often asked, does Government Energy Aggregationmean Green energy? Good Energy Mass Markets Manager Gary Fogelman's blog post on the New Jersey Government Energy Aggregation website explains how it can be. Mr. Fogelman also explains how in Illinois many communities took the opportunity to not only save money on their electric bill, but also by choosing a renewable option from the winning supplier, purchase Green energy via Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs). This option cost each Green community resident less than $10 per year in savings, which is why they found it so easy to do.
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