Where do you source your electricity?


Unless you’re generating it yourself, your electricity comes from the national grid (at least if you live on the Eastern seaboard).

This is a giant machine of wires that connects all the energy generators (wind, solar, hydro, coal-fired) with all the users of electricity.

Once a generator produces electricity and pours it into the grid, it’s impossible to tell where the electricity came from. 

All energy retailers on the eastern seaboard sell energy from the same national grid.

The only way to use more green energy is to change WHEN you use energy, not which energy retailer you buy energy from.

Which is why Amber enables customers with the Amber app, which shows users when energy is greenest and cheapest, so they have the power to use more renewable energy.

 Read more about how you support more renewables with Amber:


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