My first question as an electricity fan is: What is an energy service?
Here at Western, an energy service includes both the energy we market and deliver, as well as the information provided on Western’s website to our customers and the public.
For the latter, an energy service can accomplish many things, regardless of how small. A single bit of data can reach the entire world, but only if it is selected. So…any carbon-based unit with a keyboard and a question can get an answer by pushing a button. I invite you to answer questions you have about Western and hydropower using Western’s website as your personal online database.
While you’re here you can learn more about:
Energy–Western serves its energy customers by purchasing Renewable Energy Certificates. Through the Renewable Resources for Federal Agencies program, Western has purchased renewable energy certificates to help meet renewable energy goals set by the Energy Policy Act of 2005. This reduces emissions and fosters markets for emerging energy technologies.
Service–Western delivers energy information to the public with the Green Power News. GPN is a continually upgraded online archive full of energy events and news data bits–24/7.
If you are hungry for energy information, then access a byte of information–Western style.
My next question is: Have I missed anything? Let me know what you think.