How to Choose Renewable Energy for Your Pennsylvania Home
It only takes 2 minutes to reduce your impact on the environment by switching to renewable energy with CleanChoice Energy.
Many people have been taking more daily actions to fight climate change, through eco-friendly actions such as recycling, eating less meat, or even driving electric cars. But when Hurricane Ida struck the Philadelphia region last year, causing widespread destruction with flooding and tornadoes across the Delaware Valley, many felt more compelled than ever to take action to fight climate change.
Fortunately, one of the most impactful changes you can make to help fight climate change is also one of the easiest: switching to 100% clean, renewable energy for your home.
What does renewable energy mean anyways, and how does clean energy work?
Right now, the power coming to your home is likely generated from mostly non-renewable sources like coal and gas, which pollute our environment and contribute to climate change. This means that your home’s electricity usage plays a big role in your personal carbon footprint.
But unlike dirty fossil fuels, renewable energy sources such as wind and solar energy do not produce carbon dioxide or contribute to air pollution while generating electricity. Clean energy can lead to cleaner air and help reduce the risks of climate change—ensuring a cleaner planet and a healthier future for us all.
By switching your electricity supplier to CleanChoice Energy, you can significantly reduce your impact on the environment. CleanChoice Energy makes sure all the energy you use is replenished on the grid with 100% renewable energy from regional solar and wind farms, instead of dirty fossil fuels.
With CleanChoice Energy, your utility will still maintain your lines and provide your bill. No service calls, equipment, or installations are needed—you’ll simply see a line on your utility bill with our charges that indicates your “Supplier” is CleanChoice Energy. Yet every time you turn on the lights or turn up your thermostat, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that you’re doing so with clean, pollution-free energy.
The impact of switching to renewable energy
Every single household that chooses clean energy makes a difference and contributes to our collective impact—and the impact really adds up. By using 100% clean, pollution-free energy instead of dirty fossil fuels, CleanChoice Energy customers have had the same environmental impact as planting more than 75 million trees, preventing more than 5 billion pounds of coal from being burned, or removing nearly one million cars from the road!
When more people choose clean energy, the renewable energy industry grows, leading to cleaner air and a healthier planet. By switching to 100% solar and wind energy for your home, you’ll help increase demand for cleaner energy sources, paving the way for our region, and ultimately the country, to become less reliant on fossil fuels. Signing up with CleanChoice Energy is a simple way you can personally support the growth of renewable energy—without having to install solar panels on your roof.
Switching to renewable energy is not only one of the most impactful actions you can take to help fight climate change—it’s also one of the easiest. Signing up takes just 2 minutes, yet it has a lasting positive impact on the planet. You’ll be doing your part to create a better environment for future generations—without a change to your daily routine, a home installation, or a long-term commitment.
Whether you’re a PECO, PPL, or Met-Ed customer—and whether you rent or own your home—you can choose 100% renewable electricity for your home in Pennsylvania with CleanChoice Energy. Do your part to help fight climate change by saying goodbye to dirty energy for good and signing up for clean energy today!
To learn more or to sign up for clean electricity today, visit cleanchoiceenergy.com and receive a $50 Visa Card when you enroll. Terms apply.
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