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Published on December 3rd, 2012 | by Joshua S Hill


FirstEnergy Solutions & PECO Offering 100% Renewable Electricity

December 3rd, 2012 by  

American residential customers served by energy company PECO will now have the opportunity to purchase 100% renewable electricity thanks to FirstEnergy Solutions.

The independent program offers certification and verification of renewable energy and will allow residents to enroll in a one-year offer at 9.35 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh) through December 2013, or a two-year offer at 9.90 cents per kWh through to December 2014.

100 Percent Renewable Electricity

This marks a wonderful opportunity for customers served by PECO who want to ensure their carbon footprint is as low as possible. The opportunity to select 100% renewable electricity and be sure of its ‘cleanliness’ is a major step forward towards a wider understanding of what steps consumers can take for themselves without huge outlays of money.

To sign up for more informtion, residents should visit or call 1-877-203-6240.

Source: FirstEnergy Solutions
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  • stan

    Since PECO operates in states where there are virtually no renewable power facilities…i.e. pennsylvania…..this sounds a little weird……and WHY is it a higher rate for the 2 year contract than for the 1 year? Who would want to actully pay more?

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