Nexus Energy Partners with Green-e® to Offer Certified Renewable Energy Option
Nexus Energy Inc. announced it is enhancing its sustainability-focused product offerings to include the Nexus Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) program, certified by the non-profit Center for Resource Solutions' (CRS's) Green-e® Energy program.
December 07, 2022. By News Bureau
Nexus Energy Inc. (Nexus Energy) announced it is enhancing its sustainability-focused product offerings to include the Nexus Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) program, certified by the non-profit Center for Resource Solutions' (CRS's) Green-e® Energy program, a global leader in clean energy certification.
"Nexus Energy is a purpose-driven company providing products and services that support customers in their transition to net-zero," said Alvin Tang, CEO, Nexus Energy. "Nexus Renewable Energy Certificates provide our Ontario-based customers with a simple, affordable and responsible solution to improve their sustainability performance and reduce the environmental impact of their electricity use."
Customers simply opt-in to the Nexus REC program, and Nexus adds a Renewable Energy Certificate fee to the customer's electricity bill as part of their ongoing energy charge. The certificate retired on behalf of the customer under the Nexus REC program is Green-e® Energy certified.
"As an energy solutions provider, Nexus Energy is taking an important step in offering a renewable, Green-e® Energy certified program to its customers," said Jennifer Martin, executive director of Center for Resource Solutions, which administers the Green-e program. "Their sustainability efforts are giving Canadian industrial and commercial consumers of electricity an option to reduce the impact of their energy use on the environment."
"The Nexus Renewable Energy Certificate program offers a straightforward and low-cost pathway for customers to improve environmental performance," said Gary Wight, Director of Origination, Nexus Energy. "Green-e® certification has the highest standards in North America for quality and transparency, including maintaining a rigorous chain of custody to ensure customers are getting exactly what they pay for. We are excited to partner with Green-e® to offer this innovative, sustainable solution."
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