Beyond the traditional wind turbine shape, companies are developing entirely new approaches to harnessing the wind’s power.
What if you could declare freedom from the gas pump? With the growing infrastructure for electric vehicle charging stations being built across the nation, that dream is quickly becoming a reality for EV owners.
Adding in the cost of electricity could double the amount you pay for your DVR each month. Is it time to demand that consumer electronics manufacturers give us the same level of energy efficiency improvements we’ve gotten from major appliances over the years?
What makes a place sustainable? That’s a pretty big question – and it’s not just about being green. Green Mountain employee Sarah visits The High Line in Manhattan, a sustainable place transformed by a proactive community.
As kids go back to school it’s a perfect time to put the planet’s most important three Rs into practice: reduce, reuse, and recycle.
What’s the only thing better than an EV? An EV powered by 100% renewable electricity. Here Green Mountain Energy Company explains the relationship between powering your home with pollution-free electricity and driving an electric vehicle.
Before venturing out this summer on your fun-filled vacation, take a look at these eco-friendly vacationing tips that will help reduce your environmental impact.
Green Mountain is very proud to announce the launch of the New York chapter of the Green Mountain Energy Sun ClubSM to help our Con Edison New York customers make an even greater impact on the environment!
The U.S. Energy Information Administration recently released the July 2011 edition of its Electric Power Monthly Report with some positive news about changes in the U.S. energy mix so far this year.
More than 9 out of 10 New York residential electricity customers who switched away from Con Edison during the first quarter of 2011 chose Green Mountain Energy Company as their new supplier