Thursday, April 19, 2007

Countdown to Earthday

Again from Stonyfield Farms

Clean power -- energy for our homes, vehicles, businesses, and schools –- doesn’t require polluting fossil sources to make it or replace it. By buying clean energy, you encourage local utilities to build more solar panels, wind farms, and other clean-energy resources -- and to cut back burning fuels that contribute to climate change.
There are two easy ways to get clean power:
A. Buy clean power from your local utility. Click on the map below to see if your utility offers a clean power program. If they don’t have one, demand that they do! And be advised that while some utilities do offer clean energy, it’s a time-consuming process. Rest assured---you can always return to this page and opt for Plan B, if that’s more to your liking.
B. Invest in clean power by buying CoolWatts. You can “green up” your power use -- at home, at work, or on the road -- for just a few dollars a month. To learn more,
Click Here.

This is next on our list. The electric rates in Texas are sky-high, but surprisingly we can get green energy for less than our current rate. If you do have a choice, you might be surprised that it isn't as expensive as you might think.

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