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Corporate Express US Inc., part of Amsterdam-headquartered Corporate Express NV, has announced that it is purchasing renewable energy credits (RECs) for 100% of the energy use for its Colorado facilities, including its headquarters in Broomfield and Northglenn, customer service and distribution centers in Aurora, and breakpoint distribution facility in Colorado Springs.

Corporate Express has purchased RECs from 3Degrees, a climate solutions company that enables businesses and consumers to participate in the market for renewable energy from sources including wind, biomass, geothermal, low-impact hydro and solar energy.

The Center for Resource Solutions certifies all RECs provided by 3Degrees through its green pricing program.


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