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The Castle on the Hudson, a 100-year-old hotel in Tarrytown, N.Y., has signed an agreement with Juice Energy, to purchase 100% of its electricity in the form of wind power.

"By limiting our client's exposure to the volatility in electricity markets, we are able to deliver electricity at a lower cost with more predictability,” says Brian Hayduk, co-founder and president of Juice Energy. “We are thrilled to be working with such an historic and respected property. We're even more thrilled about their commitment to green power."

SOURCE: The Castle on the Hudson


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