Watts Up For A Green Future?

{flickr|100|campaign} People now have a Texas electric choice plan that supports the environment and economy, by harnessing the ultimate in clean, renewable energy-the wind.

An innovative Texas electricity company now offers consumers the power to choose green-with a natural source of energy-while also funding research towards the alternative energy frontier.

In states like Texas, the energy industry is deregulated, which allows for competition between energy providers-and more choices for consumers. Here residents and businesses can opt out of traditional forms of energy, and instead, choose to have wind power 100-percent of their electric needs.

One Independent Retail Electric Provider (REP) offers an environmentally-friendly option. It costs barely a penny more than traditional energy, but the penny in turn, directly funds research of other earth-friendly energy options.

Green power, also popularly known as renewable energy, is derived from sources such as wind (turbine), solar (sun), biomass, and hydro (water). All are natural and do not contribute to global warming. Green power is 100-percent free of carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides-causes of infamous smog, acid rain, greenhouse gases (and contributors to asthma, lung cancer and respiratory illnesses).

With many Texas electric rates choices available, consumers can now make the move to go 100 percent green, while furthering research of other renewable energy forms.

Communities and the US economy are also getting a boost. For example, Dynowatt supports communities with year-round charitable donations to: Welcome Warehouse, See Kids Dream, American Red Cross, Ronald McDonald House, Bronx Lab School, New York, Texas and Ohio Homeless Shelters, Mid-Ohio Foodbank and Operation Feed. And, the wind power is generated entirely in the US, supporting the American economy.

The pioneers in energy deregulation in the early 1980’s and are responsible for several industry firsts and now offer a variety of choices for electricity in Texas, with tens of thousands of customers. It’s important to look for approval by Public Utility Commission (PUC) of Texas, and approval from the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).

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