Re: [hreg] Green Mountain (Bad Meanie or Good Greenie?)
- Looking at the this website, most of the criticisms seem to be for
Green Mountain operations in other states. In Texas, where their power mix
is monitored by the Public Utilities Commission, they're 100% wind power
(that's generated inside the state). Of course, the other argument is,
however misleading their practices as an overall company may be, all of the
other electricity providers I've found for the Houston area are "business
as usual" when it comes to generation. Even if you're choosing between the
lesser of several evils, it's still the lesser.
That's my opinion.
At 07:54 AM 12/19/01 -0800, you wrote:
>Looking for some input on Energy Providers in the
>Houston Area. I just built a home and got HL&P out
>there to hookup my service. Now I had always assumed I
>would sign up for service under Green Mountain but
>have run into a lot of negative Internet info on them,
>mainly originating in PA for some reason.
>Any advise for this newcomer to the houston grid? Is
>there any environmentally moral alternatives?
- I have accepted to be at the Woodlands event on April 8.John Gardner
Michael Ewert <mewert@...> wrote:Looking ahead to Earth Day, Id like to get an idea how many of you will be willing to help staff an HREG booth at one event or other. Im sure we will have many opportunities and I dont want to accept more than we can handle. Please let me know if you would like to staff the specific request below or if you would like to sign up tentatively to staff another Earth Day event. Most will be on Saturdays in April. Please e-mail me at mewert@.... Thank you.-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Duran [mailto:eduran@...]
Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2006 11:35 AM
Subject: Bellaire Earth DayMr. Ewert,I'm writing to ask the Houston Renewable Energy Group to participate in Bellaire's Earth Day Festival on April 22nd, 2006. We'd like you to have an informative booth at the Nature Discovery Center site, from 10am to 2pm. We're asking the exhibitors this year to make the booths as interactive as possible, but information would be okay, as well. We look forward to having your organization join us.Thank you,Eric DuranStaff NaturalistNature Discovery Center713-667-6550