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Clean Currents LLC, a Maryland clean energy business, has brokered an arrangement with the Bullis School to switch the school to 50% wind power in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to encourage energy independence. Bullis School is a private school in Potomac, Md.

Clean Currents is a licensed clean energy broker and aggregator in Maryland and also operates in the District of Columbia, Chicago, Texas and other areas where there is a competitive electricity market. It was established in 2005 to promote solutions to global warming and air pollution, and to assist businesses in taking a greater responsibility for protecting the environment while conducting their operations.

Other local clean energy deals recently brokered by Clean Currents include Strosniders Hardware, Morty's Deli, Lebanese Taverna, Greenpeace and Cherner Auto Group.


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