Clean, renewable energy. Some might say that reducing our greenhouse gas emissions by finding and supporting alternative, clean, renewable energy is the most important green thing we can do.
But what do you do if you're a renter and have no control over the utilities provided to you by your landlord?
We met a PG&E representative at West Coast Green who said she simply mentioned the program to her landlord and offered to pay the difference, which, she said, is about $5 dollars a month.
Do you have the option of paying for clean energy in your hometown? How has the service worked for you so far?