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Glacial Energy Becomes A Corporate Sponsor of ACUPCC

(May 17th, Boston, Massachusetts) Glacial Energy recently became a Silver Sponsor of the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC).

ACUPCC believes “Colleges and universities must exercise leadership in their communities and throughout society by modeling ways to eliminate global warming emissions, and by providing the knowledge and the educated graduates to achieve climate neutrality.� Additionally, Signatories must develop a plan to achieve climate neutrality, take tangible actions to reduce to reduce greenhouse gases while the plan is being developed, and make their action plan, inventory, and progress reports publicly available to the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). To date, ACUPCC has 685 Signatories representing College and University throughout the country. For more information, visit http://www.presidentsclimatecommitment.org.

Glacial Energy, directed by CEO Gary Mole, is one of the fastest growing national retail energy marketers in the United States, currently serving commercial, industrial, and institutional customers in 16 deregulated markets. Glacial Energy’s products includes its Glacial Green Program, a flexible suite of renewable energy products certified by Green- e Energy, the nation’s leading certification and verification program for renewable energy. By participating in the Glacial Green program, you are helping to support the operation of renewable energy generation. This type of generation supports green power production and builds the market for renewable energy which produces far less pollution and greenhouse gas emissions than fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas. Visit www.glacialenergy.com for more information on saving money with Glacial Energy.

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