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  • Congratulations Webster Groves: 3rd Green Power Community in Missouri

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    (Lenexa, Kan., Oct. 8, 2014) - The city of Webster Groves, Mo., has been officially designated by EPA as a Green Power Community, in recognition of its collective use of more than 7 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power annually, enough to meet three percent of the community's total electricity use.



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  • Volkswagen Takes Holistic Approach to E-Mobility with Launch for Ultra Low Carbon Car

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    Volkswagen partners with 3Degrees® to purchase carbon offsets in California and around the United States to cover certain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with 2015 e-Golf models

    SunPower® selected as VW’s official solar energy partner, providing eligible e-Golf® owners the opportunity to achieve the electricity savings and power management capabilities of its high performance solar solutions

    Bosch Automotive Service Solutions® selected as VW’s preferred home-charging and installation services provider

    ChargePoint® selected to provide charging stations to VW dealer network and to provide U.S. e-Golf owners access to consumers to over 18,000 charging stations nationwide

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  • Audi Energy: New Sustainability Program Will Add to E-Tron Experience

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    • Comprehensive plan will help support 2015 launch of Audi A3 Sportback e-tron® plug-in hybrid

    • Audi will balance some greenhouse gas emissions from A3 e-tron production and distribution through 3Degrees® verified carbon offsets 

    • Also with Audi energy: Bosch Automotive Service Solutions® for home charger installation and SunPower® for solar power systems and energy management solutions

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  • Congratulations Oak Ridge, TN: 1st Green Power Community in Southeast

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    The WDEF-TV Chattanooga, TN (7/14, 3K) website reported that Oak Ridge in Tennessee is the newest member of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s “national Green Power Communities initiative.” In order to qualify for such membership, the “Oak Ridge Electric Department relied on a partnership with the Tennessee Valley Authority and its Green Power Switch program

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