How Clean Power Works

What is Clean Power?

American homes get their power from a mix of energy sources. Electricity generated from coal, nuclear, oil, natural gas, wind, and solar all goes to the same grid. To keep track of the electricity generated by “green power” sources like solar and wind, the EPA created Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs). For power to be officially considered “clean,” it must be matched with RECs. All the electricity CleanChoice Energy customers use is replenished with 100% wind and solar energy.

Learn how the EPA explains how RECs make clean energy possible.

See Your Clean Energy Impact

Use the simple calculator below to understand the impact of your home’s energy consumption and the difference you could make by switching to clean energy.

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carbon pollution avoided


forest preserved for a year


off the road for a year

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