Switch your your organization, small business, church, school or synagogue to 100% wind power. Show your employees, members, students and customers that you’re committed to saving our environment. It’s easy and it doesn’t have to be more expensive – get started today!

HOW DOES IT WORK? 

It’s pretty easy. Get started by filling out the form to tell us that you’re interested. We’ll bring you into a group, gather your information, negotiate on your behalf, share a price and then, you switch your electricity source to 100% wind power.

 

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Groundswell Energy is here to help organizations and small businesses switch to clean energy and save money. We’re a nonprofit and our in-house experts navigate the complex clean energy market on your behalf. We’re here to make this process easy on your staff and easy on your budget. We use the power of the group to make it happen.

Need more information?  Here are some great tools:

Brett Wiley
Director of Groundswell Energy
energy@groundswell.org
240.342.6193

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