Go Green with Clean Currents
and Help Bethesda Green!
Clean Currents will donate a portion of its proceeds from your wind energy purchase to help Bethesda Green assist the community, businesses, and schools in becoming greener!
Purchase Clean Power for Your Business
Businesses that manage their own electric bills and want to save money while helping the environment can make a simple switch by using Clean Currents. In deregulated markets such as Maryland and DC, Clean Currents is able to switch you to green power at below standard electricity rates. You still get one bill and customer service from the utility, but with an environmentally friendly choice!
Purchase Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)
Who purchases RECs?
Managers of multiple properties, businesses in regulated markets or organizations that don't directly pay for their utilities, such as law firms or other tenants of large office complexes, find this a convenient and easy way to do something good for the environment.
Architects and developers use RECs to qualify for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification on new spaces or buildings. Clean Currents offers both Green-e® Energy Certified RECs and Green Power Purchase options to earn LEED points.
Why Go Green Now?
Your company will get very competitively priced green energy that can even save money compared to standard utility rates.
Your customers and employees will appreciate your commitment to the environment.
Avoid future energy price spikes – lock in rates for 2, 3, 4 or 5 years.
MD Residents, Enroll in Chesapeake Green!
Chesapeake Green (C-Green) is a new carbon neutral electricity option for people in the Chesapeake region. C-Green combines standard electricity from the Mid Atlantic grid (the PJM grid) with Renewable Energy Credits (“RECs” or “green tags”) from wind farms situated across the United States, bundled together and supplied by Washington Gas Energy Services, a licensed retail energy supplier in MD and DC. This bundled product helps fight global warming by offsetting the carbon emissions from your electricity use with clean, renewable wind power.