You have the power to help the environment by purchasing "green power” — electricity generated from a renewable, more environmentally friendly sources. Green energy purchased through Carroll EMC is currently generated from facilities at two landfill sites and one biomass (wood waste) facility: Taylor County Landfill Gas Facility, Wolf Creek Landfill Gas Facility in Twiggs County and Rabun Gap Biomass Facility in Rabun County.
Carroll EMC Member-owners may purchase green power in “blocks” of 150 kilowatt-hours. One block is enough to operate a refrigerator for one month. A small $5 premium will be added to your monthly bill. The subscription fee offsets the added expense of generating earth-friendly energy. Green Power Price, Terms and Conditions and Product Content Label.
Call a Carroll EMC Member Services Representative at 770-832-3552.
About Green Power EMC
Carroll EMC and 38 other Georgia electric cooperatives are Member-owners of Green Power EMC, a cooperative that provides electricity generated by renewable resources. Learn More.
Green-e Energy Certified
Carroll Electric Membership Corporation's Green Power Program is Green-e Energy certified, and meets the environmental and consumer-protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions. Learn more at www.green-e.org.