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MoreVisibility, a provider of search engine marketing and optimization services, has purchased Green-e certified renewable energy certificates (RECs) to help match a portion of the electricity usage at the company's headquarters in Boca Raton, Fla.

MoreVisibility will be purchasing RECs through Constellation NewEnergy's NewMix Premium product, which is part of Constellation's NewAnswers sustainable solutions product line. By purchasing the NewMix Premium product, MoreVisibility will be investing in the operation and financing of new and existing wind farms.

"We are pleased to support MoreVisibility's commitment to clean and renewable power," says Carrie Cullen Hitt, vice president of product management for renewable products at Constellation NewEnergy. "MoreVisibility's leadership demonstrates how high-tech and Internet-based companies can make a positive environmental impact through their energy purchasing decisions."


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