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Clean Energy is More Available and
Cost-Effective Than Ever

Technological advances and added capacity are making eco-friendly energy more available and cost-effective. Energy from renewable sources, as well as clean-burning natural gas, are contributing a larger percentage of the nation’s total electricity than ever before. When you choose clean energy, you are contributing to a more livable planet.

Renewable Energy is the Fastest-Growing Energy Source

An abundance of solar, water, wind and geothermal energy resources, as well as continued investment in research and development, are making renewable energy more accessible and cost-effective than ever. Consumers and business owners are reshaping energy consumption and making a positive economic and environmental impact, one choice at a time. 

When you choose Green Choice Energy, you’re contributing to a healthier, more sustainable future with an environmentally conscious partner who enables you to offset the use of coal and petroleum products with clean energy from renewable resources and carbon-neutral natural gas. This means that when you choose us, you can be assured that your energy consumption is not releasing more carbon dioxide into your community. 


Wind Power

Technological advances that allow turbines to reach stronger, steadier winds are driving down costs.

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U.S. wind power capacity has more than
tripled over the past decade

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of CO2 emissions avoided by wind energy

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of water consumption saved every year by wind energy

Solar Power

Solar energy in the U.S. is booming. In 2019, 40% of new electric capacity added to the grid came from solar.

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in solar installations in the U.S.
since 2008

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can be powered by the amount of solar capacity nationwide

metric tons
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of CO2 emissions offset by cumulative installed solar energy capacity in the U.S.


Hydropower is the largest source of renewable energy in the U.S. and worldwide.

hydroelectric facilities
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are producing electricity
in the U.S.

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can be powered with the U.S.’s hydropower and pumped storage capacity

passenger cars
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worth of carbon pollution is avoided every year in the U.S. by using hydropower

Source: American Wind Energy Association, Solar Energy Industries Association, Renewable Energy and Jobs, Annual Review 2020, International Renewable Energy Agency, National Hydropower Association.

Clean Burning Natural Gas

Natural gas is a relatively clean burning fossil fuel, producing fewer emissions of nearly all types of air pollutants than burning coal or petroleum products to produce an equal amount of energy. In addition to Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs), Green Choice Energy uses carbon offsets to ensure that 100% of every customer’s energy is provided by renewable resources.

of natural gas

in the U.S. produces electricity for residential, commercial and industrial use

Source: U.S. Energy Information Association


less CO2

emissions than coal (when both are combusted in modern power plants)

Source: U.S. Energy Information Association

tons fewer particles

for every 10,000 U.S. homes powered with natural gas instead of coal

Source: Union of Concerned Scientists, Environmental Impacts of Natural Gas

The Future of Renewable Energy


Renewable energy is here to stay. Although more than a third of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. result from the burning of fossil fuels for electricity usage in buildings and homes today1, the pace of renewable power capacity additions is expected to increase significantly over the next several years. Solar energy leads the way, followed by onshore wind, hydropower, offshore wind and bioenergy.2 In fact, the U.S Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects electricity generation from renewable sources such as wind and solar will surpass nuclear and coal by 2021 and surpass natural gas in 2045.

1 Solar Energy Industries Association

2 Renewables 2019, International Energy Agency (IEA), October 2019


of the global electricity supply comes from renewable resources today

Source: Global Energy Review 2020, IEA Flagship Report, April 2020


growth in renewable energy capacity is expected between 2019 and 2024, led by solar energy

Source: U.S. Energy Information Association