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Portland, Maine Tops Green Energy Shoppers List

The urban epicenter of Maine, Portland, is home to some of our greenest energy shoppers. Choose Energy customers in Portland (including South Portland and Biddeford), chose green energy plans 70…

Top 10 Communities Choosing Green Energy

When you think of green communities, Portland (Oregon), Seattle, San Francisco and even New York City probably come to mind. But how about Portland, Maine? Of the thousands of customers…

Earth Hour By The Numbers

Earth Hour is one hour a year where we turn the lights off. Flip the switch. Unplug. On Saturday, March 28 from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m., the Earth will go…

Green Shirts. Green Beer. Green Energy?

It’s St. Patrick’s Day, so chances are you’re wearing green, drinking green beer, and thinking about kissing someone Irish. Well, what about going green? And what does that even mean?…

The State of Our Utility Bills

Too busy to keep up with energy trends? We’ve got you covered. You shouldn’t need to follow a whole industry to save a few hundred bucks on your…

3 Most Helpful Infographics of 2014

We get a lot of questions from customers, friends and family about energy...we're in the business after all. Here are three helpful infographics that answer some of the most common…

Solar Cells at The R&D Awards

What Are The R&D Awards? Earlier this month, the US Department of Energy held it’s annual R&D Awards. This was the 31st year of the awards,…

The Future of Large Scale Solar Projects

What’s the Future of Large Scale Solar Projects? On May 11th, Germany met 74% of its power demand with renewable energy, primarily from solar power. This is…

Choose Solar and Let the Savings Shine

By switching to solar power for your home electricity needs, you could eliminate over 7 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually. That’s the equivalent of not burning 8,000 pounds coal,…

Save More Than Money By Going Green

Right now, each household in the U.S. contributes up to 17.6 tons of CO2 emissions to the atmosphere each year — enough to fill a 500 foot balloon! We’ve identified…