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Unformatted text preview: erant charge, and minimizing refrigerant leaks. Value to environment: Implementation of best practices, improved equipment design and service, and ad­ vanced refrigeration technologies could reduce refrigerant emissions by almost 6 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent annually, which is equivalent to taking about 1 million cars off the road every year. Sectors most applicable: Grocers Program Profiles 23 Green Power Partnership Business Value: 3 q Brand/reputation protection/enhancement 3 q Cost savings/operational efficiency 3 q New/expanded markets Web site: www.epa.gov/greenpower Contact Information: Services Offered: 3 q Analytical tools 3 q Guidebooks/toolkits 3 q Matching buyers/sellers 3 q Professional networking 3 q Public recognition 3 q Technical assistance Blaine Collison (202) 343-9139 collison.blaine@epa.gov Description: The Green Power Partnership (GPP) promotes the use of renewable energy by provid­ ing technical assistance, networking possibilities, and public recognition to companies that choose to utilize green power (i.e., electricity that is generated from resources such as solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, and low-impact hydro facilities). Business case: Green power can be o...
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