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The Center for Resource Solutions has announced that Green Up, Seattle City Light's voluntary green pricing program, is now Green-e Energy certified. Seattle City Light will join the network of renewable energy companies that offer renewable energy products certified by Green-e Energy, a certification and verification program for renewable energy.

"Green-e certification demonstrates that Seattle City Light is delivering on its promise of providing Green Up customers with renewable energy from the Stateline wind farm in eastern Washington," says Jorge Carrasco, the utility's superintendent.

The renewable energy available to residential and commercial customers through Green Up will be directly supplied from renewable energy facilities in the Pacific Northwest that meet Green-e Energy's eligibility criteria.

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