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South Pole Offers New Green-e Energy Certified Renewable Energy Certificate Option

Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) announced today that South Pole is now offering a renewable energy certificate (REC) program certified by Green-e® Energy, North America’s leading independent certification program for renewable energy.

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Arcadia Power Decertified Due to Non-Compliance

Please be advised that Arcadia Power is no longer a participant in the Green-e® Energy certification program, effective April 10, 2018. Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) has removed Arcadia Power from the Green-e® Energy program, and terminated for cause its contract for certification of the “Arcadia Power Wind Energy” REC product.

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Green-e Renewable Energy Standard for Chile Launches with Viña Concha y Toro Collaboration

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (APRIL 13, 2018)—San Francisco–based NGO Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) is developing a new standard for certifying the sale and use of green power in Chile through its market-leading Green-e® certification program.

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Green-e Renewable Energy Standard for Chile

The Green-e Renewable Energy Standard for Chile ("Standard for Chile") is being developed by Center for Resource Solutions as a country-specific certification Standard that will facilitate Green-e Energy certification of renewable energy products throughout Chile. The intent of this and other Green-e certification Standards is to accelerate the development of renewable generation and renewable electricity markets, and to provide consumers a meaningful mechanism through which they can express demand for renewable electricity.

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