Bellevue is on a mission
You are surrounded by people with special power – renewable power, that is. Will you accept the Bellevue Green Power Challenge and join your neighbors?
For as little as $4 more per month for residential customers, you can offset a portion of your electricity footprint (or $10-12 to offset 100 percent of the average home's usage). This money allows PSE to buy clean energy on your behalf from local wind, biogas and solar companies.
Count me in!
Meeting the goal means Bellevue will earn a $40,000 grant to install a solar array in Bellevue. More solar energy in Bellevue lowers the city's carbon footprint and helps in the city's quest to win the $5 million Georgetown University Energy Prize. Sign up by Oct. 31 to be counted among Bellevue's League of Energy Heroes.
Already in? Tell your neighbors!
When you buy green power through PSE's Green Power Program, you can run your business on clean, green energy for as little as $20 more per month. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more. No contracts. No obligation.
These Bellevue businesses are already using PSE's Green Power program:
- Angela Welsh Designs
- Bellevue Auto Tint
- Bellevue Nursery
- Bellevue Way Dry Cleaners
- Blind Alley
- Expedia Building - Bellevue
- Groco Supply
- Hopscotch Consignment Boutique
- La Cocina Del Puerco
- Local Burger
- Lorali's Optical
- Namaste Healing Spa
- Old Bellevue Merchants Association
- Overlake Heating and Air Conditioning
- Pagliacci Pizza
- Parker, Smith & Feek
- PC Recycle & Repair
- RG Power Equipment
- Running Elements
- Shiraz Rug Gallery
- Soaring Heart Natural Bed Company
- St. Thomas School
- Transformational Health
- Vander Hoek Corporation
Previous community challenges
Green Power Challenge Issaquah, Puyallup and Redmond - 2014
Take Charge Anacortes, Bainbridge Island, Kirkland, Snoqualmie and Tumwater - 2013
Mercer Island Gets Green – 2012
Olympia and Lacey Flip the Switch to Green Power – 2011