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Constellation Energy's subsidiary, Constellation NewEnergy (CNE), will supply an estimated 2,000 Green-e certified wind renewable energy certificates to the United States Tennis Association (USTA) to match the electricity consumption at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center for the duration of the U.S. Open, which runs until Sept. 7.

"We're proud to be serving this year's U.S. Open with clean, wind-generated energy," says Michael Kagan, president of CNE. "By matching their electricity usage with renewable energy, the USTA and other sports associations across America are helping to lead the effort to address the environmental and energy challenges we face around the globe."

SOURCE: Constellation Energy



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