Green-e Energy is seeking feedback on potential future provisions of the Green-e Energy National Standard (the "Standard") and is accepting responses from all interested stakeholders for only two more weeks—through midnight PT on Sunday, October 2, 2016.

To comment, take the survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/M86VKKV. Prior to taking the survey, you may download and review a PDF of all survey questions.

Feedback is requested on the following topics:

  • New Date (Age of Eligible Renewable Energy Facilities)
  • Long Term Supply
  • Minimum Purchase Quantity
  • Tracking System Requirements and Exceptions
  • Eligible Sources of Supply: Food-derived biofuels

Stakeholder comments are due by midnight PT Sunday, October 2, 2016. The current Standard and a PDF summary of potential changes are available at Green-e Energy National Standard and Governing Documents.

If you need to pause while taking the survey (for example, to look up information), you may resume it at any time prior to midnight PT on Sunday, October 2, by using the link that directed you there initially, provided you do so from the same computer and browser. You may also go back and change your answers at any time prior to clicking "Submit Survey Responses" at the end of the survey.

To take the Survey go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/M86VKKV.

About the Green-e Energy National Standard
Green-e Energy is North America's leading certification program for sales and use of renewable electricity and renewable energy certificates (RECs) made in the voluntary market for renewable energy. Created in 1997, Green-e Energy provides oversight to voluntary renewable energy sales, certifying the majority of all retail voluntary renewable energy sales in the U.S. The Green-e Energy National Standard was developed through an open-stakeholder process in 2004 and 2005, and grew out of regional program standards in place between 1997 and 2004. Periodically, the Standard is assessed to determine if any changes should be made to adapt it to the evolution of the voluntary renewable energy market.

About Green‑e and Center for Resource Solutions
A program of the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions, Green‑e is North America's leading independent consumer protection program for the sale of renewable energy and greenhouse gas reductions in the retail market. Green‑e offers certification and verification services through Green‑e Energy, a renewable energy certification program; Green‑e Climate, a greenhouse gas emission reduction certification program; and Green‑e Marketplace, a program that provides forward-thinking organizations a simple, nationally recognized logo they can use to communicate their renewable energy and climate commitment to their customers and stakeholders. To learn more about Green‑e Certified products and programs available in all 50 states and Canada, visit www.green‑e.org.

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