Welcome to the next generation of power. Green Power, the clean, renewable energy alternative that powers our future has arrived in South Carolina!
Green Power is power electrically generated by renewable resources such as solar, wind and methane gas from decomposing garbage in select landfills. These resources are replenished naturally and minimize harm to the environment.
Lynches River Electric Cooperative is offering the Green Power Program to its members in response to increasing interest in renewable energy and concern for the environment. By voluntarily participating in the Green Power Program, you are taking the initial step to meet and encourage the growing demand for renewable energy. You are also helping to reduce the reliance on limited resources while improving and preserving the environment for future generations.
At this state of Green Power development, the primary source of renewable energy comes from methane gas located in landfills. In addition, a small part comes from solar and wind energy, all located right here in South Carolina.
Costing less than a dime a day, each 100-kilowatt-hour block will add a mere $3 to your monthly electric bill. One block (100 kWh) is approximately 10 percent of a typical household’s monthly energy use. Even better there is no equipment to buy, and you won’t have to change your lifestyle one bit. You can sign up for as many blocks as you like.
How do I enroll: Members just need to fill out our form and return it to Lynches River either by mail or bring it to our office, or call LREC and tell us you are interested in our Green Power Program.
Join the Green Team and make a commitment to our environment – the cost is small but the impact is large.
Green Power News
- Green Power News, Summer 2019 [PDF]
- Green Power News, Fall 2018 [PDF]
- Green Power News, Spring 2018 [PDF]
- Green Power News, Winter 2018 [PDF]
Green Power is Green-e Energy certified and meets the environmental and consumer protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions. Learn more at www.green-e.org