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GDF SUEZ Energy Resources NA has announced it will supply renewable energy certificates (RECs) to the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) for the 2014 Globalcon Conference & Expo, which is being held April 9-10 at the Atlantic City New Jersey Convention Center.

The retail electricity supplier says this marks the fifth consecutive year it will provide the RECs in support of the AEE's commitment to fostering action for sustainable development. The Green-e Certified RECs represent the environmental attributes of electricity generated from wind, solar or other renewable generation facilities that meet certain vintage and production standards. The quantity of certificates is targeted to match the electricity that will be consumed during the expo.





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