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Dayton Power and Light (DP&L) in Ohio has begun offering a green pricing program for its customers to support the continued development of renewable energy resources, such as wind, solar and landfill gas, through renewable energy credit purchases.

"Renewable energy, used on a broad scale, is a relatively new trend in our industry," says Paul Barbas, president and CEO of DP&L. "We are pleased that we were able to work with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to offer this environmentally friendly alternative."

To participate, DP&L customers can buy a minimum of two green pricing blocks at $1.00 each for 200 kWh.


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