Green Mountain Energy Co. is partnering with the Empire State Building to educate visitors and tenants about the benefits of the building's use of renewable energy. Green Mountain unveiled a four-window renewable energy display in the Fifth Avenue lobby of the Empire State Building, which is powered with wind energy.
The display highlights the benefits of pollution-free renewable energy versus polluting fossil fuels and also educates people about the economic and environmental attributes of renewable energy.
The renewable energy display contains four different windows featuring content related to renewable energy, economic and environmental benefits of generating energy from these sources, and renewable energy potential for the U.S.
The Empire State Building recently became New York City's largest commercial user of 100% renewable energy through its two-year commitment to purchase nearly 55 million kWh per year of wind power from Green Mountain.
The display will be open during through May 10.
SOURCE: Green Mountain Energy Co.