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Purchase Clean, Renewable Energy
Residents and businesses in Fort Collins can purchase clean, renewable energy for an additional 2.65 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh) on top of their normal utility bill.*
Residential customers can purchase blocks of 200 kilowatt-hours (kWh) for $5.30 per block, and non-residential customers can purchase blocks of 1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) for $26.50 per block. Both residential and non-residential customers can purchase as many Green energy blocks as they need or have the option to purchase 100% of their electricity usage.
For a complete list of the resources included in the Green Energy Program view the Prospective Product Content Label here. The document also contains a Historical Product Content Label where you can see what customers received last year.
To sign up for the program, complete the residential agreement form or commercial agreement form and mail, fax or email it to Utilities using the information listed at the bottom of the form. Contact Utilities to have the form mailed to you.
By participating in this program you agree to the Pricing, Terms and Conditions
To cancel or change your participation in this program, complete and return the Change Request Form or contact Utilities to have the form mailed to you.
Green-e Energy Certification
Fort Collins Utilities' Green Energy Program is Green-e Energy certified, and meets the environmental and consumer-protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions. Learn more at www.green-e.org.
Our Energy Goals
In addition to the voluntary Green Energy Program, one percent of electric revenue is allocated for funding the renewable energy objectives of the Utilities Energy Policy (PDF 547KB).
*This price is subject to change. (As required by City Charter and City Code, a six percent PILOT (payment in lieu of taxes) is added to all electric rates, including wind.)
Disclaimer: Green Energy charges are calculated based on "kWh used." Net meter customers may have additional excess kWh generated that are not included in this calculation.