Stream Energy, the world’s largest network marketer of energy, announced today that it is now serving customers across the United States through the sale of Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) as part of its brand-new Clean Nation initiative.
“Today’s announcement is another huge step for the firm that redefined the energy retail marketplace,” says Stream Energy chairman Rob Snyder. “As a member of Clean Nation, you will still receive an energy bill from your current supplier – but now you are offsetting your non-green energy usage with a clean product that is 100% renewable and 100% domestic.”
Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) today announced that Stream Energy's new renewable energy certificate (REC) product, "Stream Energy Clean Nation REC," is now certified by Green-e® Energy. Stream Energy joins the growing network of renewable energy providers that offer products certified by Green-e Energy, the nation's leading certification and verification program for renewable energy.
“With this new renewable energy product, Stream Energy has the potential to introduce many new households and businesses to clean, renewable wind power" says Alex Pennock, Manager of Green-e Energy. "By increasing voluntary demand for green power, Stream Energy is helping move us closer to a cleaner, greener future.”
“We are very excited to partner with Green-e Energy as we prepare to launch our new Clean Nation by Stream Energy program,” says Stream Energy chairman Rob Snyder. “Through Clean Nation, customers throughout the United States will be able to join us in promoting the clean energy movement and greater energy independence for America.”
In conjunction with the roll-out of this new clean energy initiative, Stream Energy announced that the firm will be offsetting 100% of its own corporate electricity usage through the purchase of renewable energy certificates. Stream Energy has also committed to an ongoing monthly purchase of renewable energy certificates for each of its corporate employees. Together, this equates to over 7.3 million kilowatts of electricity offset on an annual basis, which is equivalent to reducing over five tons of carbon dioxide emissions from the environment.
To learn more about Green-e Certified products and programs available in all 50 states, visit www.green-e.org.