Ambit Energy’s Green-e Energy certified programs offer renewable energy from sources like wind to bring you electrical power that’s reliable and environmentally friendly. And, because they’re from Ambit, you can be sure you’re getting a great rate, as well as the opportunity to earn free energy and the service that you’ve come to expect.
We’re proud to be on board with Green-e Energy, the nation’s leading independent consumer protection program for the sale of renewable energy in the retail market. Certifying our green programs is just one more way Ambit is working to power a better world for all of us.
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Ambit Energy respects our Customers and the environment, so we’re proud to offer a green energy product that promotes renewable energy generation. We’re also proud to offer Green-e Energy certified renewable electricity, which means when you choose one of Ambit’s Green Plans, you’ll be assured you’re reducing the environmental impact of electricity you use.
The Green-e Energy logo is more than just decoration: it means that an independent third party certified that the product meets strict consumer-protection and environmental standards.
Green-e Energy certifies that Ambit Green, Northeast, North Central, SE and Texas products meet the environmental and consumer protection standards established by the non-profit Center for Resource Solutions. For more information on Green-e Energy certification requirements, visit www.green-e.org.
Ambit’s commitment to being green includes some pretty big programs, like our green energy products, which promote renewable energy generation and are Green-e Energy certified. But our commitment to the environment includes lots of little things, too.
That’s why we have recycle bins in all our facilities. We’ve handed out reusable mugs and tote bags to employees instead of plastic ones. We also use energy efficient light bulbs in our expanded Dallas office area, encourage the use of public transportation by our employees, and shut down equipment during non-business hours.
Individually, these may be small steps, but together they can make a big difference.