and Sterling Planet launch partnership to offer green energy choices

Consumers can now purchase green “tickets” through Sterling Planet that will boost the use of electricity created from renewable sources, such as the sun, wind, small hydro, geothermal, and biomass. Such energy sources are considered to have little to no harmful environmental impact, unlike conventional electricity generated from fossil fuels, the nation’s leading source of industrial air pollution. The green tickets purchased make existing green energy sources more financially viable and create incentives for the development of new green energy production.

June 5, 2001– While revenues of the top 78 U.S. investor owned utilities leapt from $347 billion in 1998 to over $602 billion in 2000, aggregate net income for the group actually decreased from $17.3 billion to $17.2 billion, according to a new report.

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