OneEnergy Renewables Becomes Newest Renewable Energy Markets Association Member

Renewable Energy Markets Association (REMA) announced its newest member, OneEnergy Renewables. OneEnergy Renewables specializes in the development of large-scale clean energy projects, and it currently has 17 solar projects under development in se

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June 21, 2012

OneEnergy Renewables Becomes Newest Renewable Energy Markets Association Member

OneEnergy Renewables joins industry association dedicated to growing North American markets for renewable energy
WASHINGTON, June 21, 2012 – Today, the Renewable Energy Markets Association (REMA) announced its newest member, OneEnergy Renewables. With dual offices in Portland, OR, and Seattle, WA, OneEnergy Renewables specializes in the development of large-scale clean energy projects, and it currently has 17 solar projects under development in several states.
"We are honored to join REMA, which plays such an important role in protecting and enhancing the right of electric customers to choose renewable energy," said Bill Eddie, President of OneEnergy Renewables. "Energy markets are complex, and depend upon sound policy-making for environmental integrity, consumer protection, and promotion of competition," continued Eddie. "These are values we share with REMA."

Formed in 2008, REMA represents the collective interests of both for-profit and nonprofit organizations that sell or promote renewable energy products including renewable technology, renewable electricity, and renewable energy certificates (RECs), to individuals, companies and institutions throughout North America. REMA's recent policy outreach has included promoting voluntary renewable energy purchases in California's cap and trade program, coordinating key Senate offices as they lobbied the CFTC to save REC trading from burdensome regulatory requirements, providing guidance on federal greenhouse gas accounting, revising green power credits within the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED program, and marketing recommendations to the WindMade Label Program.

"Project developers like OneEnergy Renewables move the industry forward by connecting institutions that are serious about renewable energy to new project opportunities, with the end result of more green projects in the ground," said Josh Lieberman, REMA General Manager. "We welcome OneEnergy Renewables' support and the expertise they will bring to our promotion and advancement of green power products, services, and markets."

For more information on REMA, its membership, and outreach, visit http://renewablemarketers.org/


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About the Renewable Energy Markets Association (REMA): The Renewable Energy Markets Association (REMA) is a nonprofit trade association dedicated to maintaining and growing strong markets for renewable energy in the United States. REMA engages in education and advocacy efforts on behalf of an industry coalition of renewable energy marketers, utilities, equipment manufacturers, and others supportive of renewable energy markets. www.renewablemarketers.org
About OneEnergy Renewables: OneEnergy Renewables specializes in the development of large-scale clean energy projects. We make renewable energy solutions accessible and cost effective for our utility, corporate, and institutional clients.
www.oneenergyrenewables.com

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