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How to buy green power in New York | Green Energy in New York

StateCompanyProduct NameResource
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NYAccent EnergyGoGreen (ConEd, Central Hudson and NIMO only)100% NY hydro
NYAccent EnergyGoGreen Premium (ConEd, Central Hudson and NIMO only)100% windGreen-e
NYBlueRock EnergyGreen Power (10%/50%/100%)biomass, small and low-impact hydro
NYConEdison Solutions100% Wind Power100% windGreen-e
NYConEdison Solutions / Community EnergyGREEN Power25% new wind, 75% small hydroGreen-e
NYEnergy Cooperative of New York (6)Renewable Electricity25% new wind, 75% landfill gas
NYGateway EnergyKeep It Green100% wind
NYIDT EnergyBuy Green100% hydro
NYLong Island Power Authority / Community EnergyNew Wind Energynew wind
NYLong Island Power Authority / Community EnergyNew Wind Energy/Small Hydro60% new wind, 40% small hydro
NYLong Island Power Authority / EnviroGenGreen Power Program75% landfill gas, 25% small hydro
NYLong Island Power Authority / Sterling PlanetNew York Clean55% small hydro, 35% bioenergy, 10% windEnvironmental Resources Trust
NYLong Island Power Authority / Sterling PlanetSterling Green40% new wind, 30% small hydro, 30% bioenergyEnvironmental Resources Trust
NYNYSEG/Community EnergyCatch the Wind/New Wind Energynew wind
NYNational Grid / Community Energy60% New Wind Energy and 40% Small Hydro60% new wind, 40% hydro
NYNational Grid / Community EnergyNewWind Energy100% new wind
NYNational Grid / EnviroGenThink Green!75% landfill gas, 25% low impact hydro
NYNational Grid / Green Mountain EnergyGreen Mountain Energy Electricity50% small hydro, 50% windGreen-e
NYNational Grid / Sterling PlanetSterling Green50% wind, 50% small hydroEnvironmental Resources Trust
NYRochester Gas & Electric/Community EnergyCatch the Wind/NewWind Energy100-kWh blocks of new wind
NYSterling PlanetNY Clean Choice40% new wind, 30% small hydro, 30% bioenergyEnvironmental Resources Trust
NYSuburban Energy Services /Sterling PlanetSterling Green Renewable Electricity40% new wind, 30% small hydro, 30% bioenergyEnvironmental Resources Trust
Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory