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One Year Later: GSA Selects Constellation to Supply 17 Federal Facilities in Ca.

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About one year ago, we announced the U.S. Department of State’s innovative energy savings agreement to help contribute to President Obama’s executive order to reduce federal-wide greenhouse gas emissions as well as spur job growth and wind and solar development in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Today, we have some exciting news to share as we continue working with the U.S. Department of State to provide an estimated 120,000 MWh of energy annually to their facilities and other federal government facilities over a 20-year power purchase agreement.

Adding to the portfolio of government customers that we continue to serve we’re pleased to announce our recent agreement with the General Services Administration (GSA) to provide electricity supply for 17 federal buildings in California. This includes providing approximately 90,000 MWh of electricity to California’s vital federal buildings, including the Court of Appeals building in San Francisco.

The agreement is part and parcel of our proud tradition of serving federal agencies in most of the nation’s competitive energy markets.
We serve electricity supply to other GSA facilities located in Washington, D.C., including the U.S. Capitol and Federal Reserve, and Smithsonian Institution, as well as agencies in New York, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania.

We’re equally as proud to be a federally approved provider of demand response services for both military and civilian government agencies, which enable federal sites to earn money by reducing consumption during times of peak energy demand.
I look forward to continue posting about the varied ways that we are serving our nation’s government agencies as well as topics that may interest institutions nationwide.

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