The Green Power Group

The Green Power Market Development Group is a collaboration of 12 leading corporations and the World Resources Institute dedicated to building corporate markets for green power.

Taking Care of the Environment One Step at a Time

by admin - August 20th, 2012

 ... : Energy Saving for Small Enterprise (ES for SEIn our world today, it is very important that we use the earth’s resources in order to ensure the future of the planet. Many people are taking positive steps, and have been doing so for years, and little by little, the environment is starting to thrive. There are many things that individuals and corporations can do to contribute positively to the environment and promote Green Power. The first step to take is working on reducing your crbon footprint. Corporations have taken this step by promoting recycling within their office buildings, as well as promoting ride share programs and alternate transportation for their employees. By reducing the amount of carbons that enter the environment, the earth has started to regain its health and vitality.

Planting trees is another way to positively contribute to the environment, and many companies have incorporated the planting of trees on their properties as a way to neutralize carbon emissions. Continue reading »

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The Top Reasons Why We Should “Go Green”

by admin - August 20th, 2012

Most people have heard the term “Go Green” which is often attributed with the terms green power or green energy. Although the United States strives to achieve a high green rating, many European countries such as Sweden and Norway are quite ahead of us. The following article will take an in-depth look at the many reasons we should strive to go green.

Driving a car deemed as an ultra-low emissions vehicle keeps cleaner air and a healthier environment. Always keep your car up to date with emissions and standard oil checks.

Choosing to go green will save homeowners on electricity costs. A 60 watt refrigerator bulb replaced with a 2 watt counterpart can cut down on your electricity bills. Continue reading »

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