Pitney Bowes Buys Green Power Certificates

November 3, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Pitney Bowes, a provider of integrated mail and document management systems, has committed to purchase renewable energy certificates equivalent to 10 percent of its annual U.S. and U.K. home office consumption of electricity generated from conventional resources. Amy Corn (Pitney Bowes Vice President, Secretary, and Chief Governance Officer) said that this action would help further establish the corporate market for renewable energy sources, such as wind, geothermal, biomass and landfill gas, which in turn should produce local and global environmental benefits such as reducing regional air pollution. Pitney Bowes is a founding member of the Green Power Market Development Group, a collaboration of the World Resources Institute and 12 corporations dedicated to building corporate markets for green power.
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