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We sold the corporate headquarters, consolidated our field operations and the call center in one location, and sold our small remaining interest in Green Mountain Energy Resources for $1 million.
Green Mountain Energy Resources offers "cleaner electricity that features sources like water, wind and underground steam.
; Green Mountain Energy Resources LLC of South Burlington, Va.
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 2, 1999--In a showing of how people of faith are awakening to the need to take action on environmental issues such as global climate change, All Souls Episcopal Church of Berkeley voted unanimously last month to purchase power for its church facility from Green Mountain Energy Resources (GMER).
In August 1997, Green Mountain Resources sold a majority interest in Green Mountain Energy Resources, a wholly-owned subsidiary that had substantial start-up losses in the third quarter of 1997.
12, 1999--The largest student housing cooperative in North America -- the University Students' Cooperative Association (USCA) in Berkeley -- has switched its facilities to a new 100 percent renewable electricity product being offered by Vermont-based Green Mountain Energy Resources.
Green Mountain Energy Resources is the leading retail marketer of electricity featuring renewable generation sources to residential customers.
28 /PRNewswire/ -- With the announcement today by Green Mountain Energy Resources that they are contracting with Sun Power Electric to build a new 50 kW solar power plant in Pennsylvania, "The bright promise of competition is finally being realized with new, cleaner energy," said Jan Jarrett, Coordinator of the Pennsylvania Campaign for Clean Affordable Energy, a statewide network of environmental and consumer groups.