Reinvests in Renewable Energy

Since’s prices have been consistently lower than those of other providers (three to five times lower than some of its competitors), the nonprofit has been recognized for offering offsets to neutralize CO2 emissions and increase the availability of renewable energy while making it price competitive., which conducts monthly independent comparisons of carbon offset companies and products, ranked at the top of its latest list, issued on December 2nd. “Carbon offsets empower individuals and businesses to make a direct impact in the fight against global warming,” said executive director Eric Carlson. “Our goal is to democratize environmental protection.” purchases renewable energy certificates (RECs) certified by the Green-e program, the largest renewable energy certification program in the U.S. The U.S. Air Force, U.S. EPA, Wells Fargo and hundreds of other companies and institutions purchase Green-e RECs. Offsets purchased from nonprofit institutions like are tax deductible. Plus, uses the contributions it receives to support high-quality carbon offset projects from renewable energy, reforestation and energy efficiency.
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