Go Green for St. Patrick’s Day with Green-e Plans

Posted by: Anna | 03/11/2014 at 11:16 AM

Go Green for St. Patrick’s Day with Green-e Plans

Each year on March 17, people around the country gather to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. This popular holiday, which has been observed in Ireland as a religious holiday for over 1,000 years, brings millions of Americans together to celebrate Irish heritage. In fact, it’s estimated that there are 34.7 million people with Irish ancestry living in the U.S. – that’s seven times the population of Ireland itself!

Going green on St. Paddy’s is a time-honored tradition, but have you thought about taking that green spirit in an energy-efficient direction with Green-e plans from Ambit Energy? Launched in 2008, the Green-e Energy program sets consumer protection and environmental integrity standards for greenhouse gas emission reductions.

Here are three reasons to consider going green with our Green-e Energy certified plans:

  1. Program Certification – Ambit meets the minimum environmental and consumer protection standards established by the non-profit Center for Resource Solutions. Green-e is the leading independent renewable energy certification and verification program in the United States that makes sure certified energy companies meet those standards.
  2. Environmentally Conscious – Ambit’s Green-e certified plans give you peace of mind that your energy usage is environmentally friendly. The energy is generated with clean, renewable resources and produces significantly less air pollution.
  3. Progressive Thinking – Certified renewable energy is the future. It’s more energy efficient, and is created following clear guidelines and standards to ensure consumer protection. Green-e Energy certified providers, like Ambit, are reviewed twice a year to ensure Customers get what they pay for.

Does this sound like something that interests you? Well, you don’t need the Luck of the Irish to take advantage of this eco-friendly option. Check out our Green-e Plans today!


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