Retail Supplier Expanding Renewable Natural Gas Offering
Partners With Nonprofit To Provide Energy Audits, Energy Efficiency
October 9, 2019 Email This Story Copyright 2010-19 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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Pennsylvania-based retail energy supplier The Energy Co-op announced an expansion of its renewable natural gas (RNG) offering
"Beginning October 1st, it is expanding its renewable natural gas (RNG) program in Philadelphia with a members-only pilot, and it expects to open availability of the program to include all customers in the PGW service territory in the coming months. The cooperative currently supplies RNG in PECO’s service territory," The Energy Co-op said
The Energy Co-op said it is, "the only supplier in the region of renewable natural gas sourced mainly from landfills."
Later this fall, The Energy Co-op will partner with the Energy Coordinating Agency (ECA), a Philadelphia-based nonprofit that administers energy conservation, community education, and energy efficiency services. Through ECA, The Energy Co-op will offer members a comprehensive energy audit, together with energy efficiency products and services.
"Our cooperative structure gives us the flexibility to test new ways to confront energy issues, whether old or new," said Ronald Fisher, Executive Director of The Energy Co-op, "often before for-profit corporations can justify committing capital or resources."
The Energy Co-op made the announcements in connection with its 40th Anniversary Celebration to be held on November 6, 2019, at WHYY on Independence Mall in Philadelphia