Go Green to Help Protect Energy Costs and the Environment
ResidentialMar 24, 2016
More and more people are going green in their everyday lives. American families are saving more than $62 billion a year just by using more energy efficient appliances and other household equipment1. With green living becoming more prevalent, it’s important to know you have an opportunity to expand your green living into your home and business electricity usage.
As a customer in a deregulated state, you have the ability to shop for suppliers and supply type. Did you know that renewable energy is available in your area? There are options when it comes to your home’s energy supply costs. In addition to traditional energy resources, AEP Energy also offers the Green-e® Energy certified, ECO-AdvantageSM plan.
ECO-Advantage matches 100% of your electricity usage with wind-generated Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs). When you choose a renewable energy plan, you’re supporting a cleaner environment. It’s easy to go green! Learn more and enroll online or schedule an appointment with one of our door-to-door agents to learn more about renewable energy in your area! 1U.S. Department of Energy
AEP Energy is a certified Competitive Retail Electric Service (CRES) provider and as a Competitive Retail Natural Gas Service (CRNGS) provider. While it is an affiliate of AEP Ohio, AEP Energy is not soliciting on behalf of and is not an agent of AEP Ohio. AEP Ohio customers do not need to purchase any competitive retail electric service from AEP Energy to receive or to continue to receive non-competitive retail electric services from AEP Ohio.
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