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The Center for Resource Solutions has announced that PacifiCorp's Blue Sky Usage, Blue Sky Habitat and Blue Sky Block renewable energy programs are now Green-e Energy-certified.

"Green-e Energy is pleased to be part of PacifiCorp's effort to provide high-quality, certified renewable energy," says Alex Pennock, manager of Green-e Energy. "The access to renewable energy that this gives customers all over the West is tremendous."

Blue Sky offers PacifiCorp's commercial, industrial and residential customers a choice of Green-e Energy-certified energy products. Blue Sky Block is available to commercial, industrial and residential customers of both Pacific Power and Rocky Mountain Power. Blue Sky Usage and Habitat also are available to Pacific Power's Oregon residential and small non-residential customers. By participating in the Blue Sky program, customers support currently available renewable resources as well as aid the development of new renewable resources in the western region.

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