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And the more renewable energy we use, the less coal, oil and natural gas we’ll burn. Which can have a dramatic effect on the air we breathe.

Spending $3 more for a block of renewable energy can keep a lot of destructive carbon dioxide emissions out of the air. In fact, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency (, using just one $3 block each month for a year is like not driving your car for six months. And it only takes two or three blocks to run the average home every month. It adds up to a smaller carbon footprint for you, and a greener world for your kids...and your kids’ kids. All for an extra $3.

Of course, renewable energy isn’t just good for the planet. It can also help control our community’s energy costs over the long haul. The money you spend on renewable energy gets reinvested in new, energy-efficient alternatives that will help control energy costs in the future. And because it is produced in the Midwest, renewable energy can increase our energy independence.

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