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Flip the Switch to Green Power

Source: Puget Sound Energy

Here in the Pacific Northwest we benefit from a distinctive balance – smart, innovative people and the beauty of the great outdoors. So it is no surprise that helping to keep our environment clean and vibrant is a mission many of us hold dear. This year, the cities of Lacey and Olympia, together with Intercity Transit, Thurston Energy, and Puget Sound Energy are challenging residents and businesses to “flip the switch to green power” by signing up to support renewable energy at PSE.com/Flip.

Buying green power is one way a business can help protect our environment. Green power reduces pollution, is sustainable, and lowers greenhouse gas emissions. Plus, most of PSE’s green electricity comes from local independent projects in our region. This helps our planet and economy.

A brighter, cleaner future is reason enough to join but this year when businesses, like yours, join PSE’s Green Power Program it means more than ever. If we make our goal of 1,011 new green power participants from the Lacey and Olympia communities in 2011, we’ll earn $60,000 in grants to fund two new solar projects in the cities. We are 20% of the way there and need your help.

It costs just a little bit more but the positive impact is worth it. And PSE does not make a profit on this program, so you can be assured your investment in green power is used to support regional green power entrepreneurs and further increase consumer demand for cleaner energy options. To learn more or enroll, visit PSE.com/Flip or call a PSE Energy Advisor at 800-562-1482, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can even text FLIP to 83936 and enroll from your smart phone.

Nearly 30,000 residents and businesses in PSE’s service area have already chosen green power. Join your friends and neighbors in becoming a green community today! Visit PSE.com/Flip for more information on how you can make a difference.

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