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Corporate Resource Services Inc. has announced that Abest Power & Gas, its joint venture in retail energy supply, and Sterling Planet, a retail provider of renewable energy and other carbon-reduction assets, have entered into an agreement for Abest to offer wind power options to its customers in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey.

Under the deal, Sterling Planet will supply customers of Abest with Green-e Energy-certified renewable energy certificates (RECs) from wind power projects. Customers can match 50% or 100% of their use of conventionally produced electricity with the RECs. According to the companies, the average residential customer can expect to pay an additional $0.50 daily for wind energy at the 100% level.



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