green power

Virtual Spring Meeting nate Wed, 05/06/2020 - 16:34

On May 18th, Green Energy Consumers Alliance will host our first virtual Spring Meeting. We'll focus on Rhode Island's energy and climate progress toward a low-carbon future. Here's a look at our exciting RI-based panel! 

This year's panelists are Dawn Euer (State Senator), Marion Gold (Commissioner, Public Utilities Commission), and Nick S. Ucci (Acting Commissioner, Office of Energy Resources). These climate champions will update us on the most important aspects of Rhode Island's energy future: renewable energy development and climate advocacy priorities.

2nd Edition Report: Green Municipal Aggregation in Massachusetts et Thu, 02/20/2020 - 16:19
Supporting the three Providence wind turbines greg Fri, 01/04/2019 - 16:38

Green Energy Consumers is now purchasing Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) from 3 wind turbines owned and operated by the Narragansett Bay Commission. The project is located at Field’s Point Wastewater Treatment Facility in Providence, RI overlooking the beautiful Narraganset Bay. Altogether, the 3 turbines produce about 7,000-megawatt hours of electricity per year - enough to power 1,950 homes!

How do RECs work? Visit our blog to learn more:


Date: January 4, 2019

Green Energy Consumers is our new name – and it better reflects our mission to speed the transition to a low-carbon future. We want more people to unite for a low-carbon future by participating in our programs. And when more people participate specifically in our green power program, like you do, more renewable energy comes online.

That’s why we’re making the green power program simpler and clearer. It’s got a new name, “Green Powered,” and New England Wind and New England GreenStart will now be called the 100% and 25% levels.

Worcester Telegram: "Holy Name Central Catholic in Worcester flexes green energy power" katy Fri, 09/14/2018 - 13:46

Worcester's published an article about our Clean Energy Festival at the Holy Name High School in Worcester. Read the original article here.


WORCESTER — Supporters of renewable energy converged on a “Clean Energy Festival” Saturday at Holy Name Central Catholic Junior Senior High School, the Catholic school whose 242-foot wind turbine and energy storage unit yields it a science lab in its backyard.