You Can Help Protect the Environment by Contributing to NC GreenPower!

Now, you have a convenient and effective way to help protect our environment and support STEM education! Randolph EMC has joined with other utilities across North Carolina to offer our members a renewable energy alternative called NC GreenPower. The program is designed to improve the environment by supporting renewable energy, carbon offset projects and providing grants for educational solar installations at N.C. K-12 schools. Customers may elect to contribute on their utility bill to help support a cleaner environment through electricity produced from renewable resources. For every $4 donated, 125 kilowatt hours (kWh) of renewable energy is supplied to the electric grid in North Carolina, rather than from traditional sources. In addition, each $4 donation will also help support their Solar+ Schools program, providing grants to N.C. K-12 schools for educational solar installations. Donations to carbon offsets may be made on their website here.

Utilities participating in the NC GreenPower program keep none of these funds; all contributions are forwarded by the utilities directly to NC GreenPower. Contributions are tax free and qualify as a tax-deductible contribution for income tax purposes.

It’s easy to participate. Just email us or call: (800) 672-8212. Sign up today and begin contributing with your next electric bill. Remember, you have the power to make a difference!

The NC GreenPower Solar+ Schools grant application opens annually from January 2 – February 28. All K-12 schools in North Carolina are eligible to apply. Please visit their website for more information:

NC GreenPower, an independent nonprofit organization, was approved by the North Carolina Utilities Commission to provide North Carolinians with greater options for their energy sources. NC GreenPower is committed to improving environmental protection by increasing renewable energy sources. NC GreenPower is a subsidiary of Advanced Energy, located in Raleigh, N.C.

Read more about NC GreenPower via their website.