2012 Green-e Verification Report
In 2012 Green-e showed another year of impressive growth, with a remarkable 29% increase in Green-e Energy certified sales in 2012, reaching almost 36 million MWh. This is enough to power nearly a third of U.S. households for a month. Green‐e now certifies over 1% of the total U.S. electricity mix and approximately three‐quarters of the total voluntary market. Download the Report »
Green-e Energy National Standard Updates
April 25, 2013. Green-e Energy is pleased to announce that it updated its main governing document, the Green-e Energy National Standard. This update includes updates regarding the eligibility of biomass as a renewable fuel source (See the April 25, 2013 Release); and three changes and additions: new rules for working with California's AB32 Cap-and-Trade program, Canadian generators and EcoLogo, and New Jersey in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (See the December 18, 2012 Release).
What is Green-e? Green-e is the nation's leading independent consumer protection program for the sale of renewable energy and greenhouse gas reductions in the retail market. Green-e offers certification and verification of renewable energy and greenhouse gas mitigation products. It is a program of Center for Resource Solutions.