Finding ways to use, generate and support renewable energy has become a major focus for businesses. We offer a couple of options to help you meet your company’s sustainability goals now and well into the future.
The electric grid is a mix of energy coming in from all sources including renewable ones. There’s no way to tell where your energy is generated. However, you can claim some or all of it is coming from renewable resources through the purchase of Renewable Energy Certificates (RECS).
RECs allow you to easily cover your business’s electric usage with green energy. Each REC represents 1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) or 1.0 megawatt-hour (1.0 MWh) of energy produced by renewable resources, like solar and wind power. With RECs, you can rightfully claim ownership of green energy coming into the power grid, and proudly declare that your business is powered by renewables.
Since we know every business has different energy needs, we can customize a REC plan specific to your business. Simply click the button below to get started. Note: If you're looking to purchase more than 100 RECs for your business, please contact your account manager. If you don't have one, please contact our Business Call Center.
Larger commercial and industrial businesses can also create an impact by sponsoring large-scale renewable projects that will generate more green energy to flow into the power grid. Companies are not only sponsoring projects, but they are also buying the RECs generated from those projects to match the power consumed by their plants or business.
If you’re interested in learning more about supporting new renewable energy projects, contact your business’s account manager. If you don’t have one, please contact our Business Call Center.
Greener State is our renewable energy certificate (REC) program, which offers customers the opportunity to power their home or business with green energy and provides them with the resources they need to make sustainable choices – for good.
To learn more about how project developers will interconnect distributed generation systems to the grid, please read our interconnection policy.See the Policy