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Green-e Energy and GreenHouse Gas Certifications
Green-e Renewable Electricity Certification Program from the Center for Resource Solutions
Green-e Renewable Electricity Certification Program
Green-e Renewable Electricity Certification Program is administered by the non-profit Center for Resource Solutions and based in San Francisco,provides a simple way for the public to quickly identify environmentally superior electricity
Green-e is the nation’s leading independent renewable energy certification and verification program. The logo provides an easy way for consumers to quickly identify environmentally superior energy options and is used by businesses to communicate the purchase and/or generation of certified renewable energy. Regardless of income, location, or property ownership, consumers across the U.S. can choose Green-e certified renewable energy to ”green” their home and/or business.
Center for Resource Solutions
P.O. Box 29512
Presidio Building 97
San Francisco, CA 94129
The Green-e Program is a service of the Center for Resource Solutions.
Green-e Retail Greenhouse Gas Reduction Certification Program
The Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) is a national nonprofit working to build a robust renewable energy market by increasing demand and supply of renewable resources. CRS is a proven leader in creating energy strategies to protect both the environment and consumer, and has an impressive portfolio of programs in renewable energy policy and regulatory issues. Our proven networking approach relies on collaborative efforts and partnerships with a host of stakeholders -- from businesses to government agencies and NGOs -- to address major, long-term energy and environmental problems.
Edited by Carolyn Allen