Green-e Energy National Standard Updates
April 25, 2013. Green-e Energy is pleased to announce that it updated its main governing document, the Green-e Energy National Standard. This update includes updates regarding the eligibility of biomass as a renewable fuel source (See the April 25, 2013 Release); and three changes and additions: new rules for working with California's AB32 Cap-and-Trade program, Canadian generators and EcoLogo, and New Jersey in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (See the December 18, 2012 Release).
2011 Green-e Verification Report
In its landmark 15th year, Green-e Energy showed another year of impressive growth. Since 2007, retail sales of Green-e Energy certified megawatt hours (MWh) have increased an average of 33 percent each year. In 2011 Green‐e Energy certified more than 27 million MWh that was sold to over 713,000 retail customers, an increase of 21% on a MWh basis compared to 2010. Download the Report »
What is Green-e? Green-e is the nation's leading independent consumer protection program for the sale of renewable energy and greenhouse gas reductions in the retail market. Green-e offers certification and verification of renewable energy and greenhouse gas mitigation products. It is a program of Center for Resource Solutions.