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The Center for Resource Solutions has announced that Georgia Power's green pricing program, Green Energy, is now Green-e Energy certified.

"Georgia Power's participation in Green-e Energy is monumental in that the company will be serving a great number of customers that may not have previously had easy access to renewable energy," says Andreas Karelas, Green-e Energy regional representative for the Southeast. "Georgia Power's green pricing program offers a real and tangible method for customers to significantly reduce their environmental footprint."

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


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