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*NAP does offer several different introductory and/or promotional offer and/or rate for new customers during the first month of service so please see terms and conditions for details. Generally, after the introductory and/or promotional offer and/or rate , NAP's applicable rate is a market based variable rate, on a month-to-month term, and is subject to change based on market conditions. Customer may terminate service with NAP at any time and NAP does not charge a cancellation fee. Your utility and/or supplier may charge a fee to switch to a different supplier. Current rates should not be construed as a guarantee of future rates or savings. Please visit www.NAPOWER.com for the latest pricing information, full terms and conditions, environmental information, and comparisons. Budget Billing is not available in NJ. Switching to a third party supplier is not mandatory and you have the option of remaining with your utility for basic generation service. Electric prices are subject to change; your price may be higher or lower than your utility's price. Price comparisons are based on usage up to 12,000 kWh and the utility's electric price to compare as understood by North American Power with rounding, but is always subject to change based on market conditions and does not include any price comparisons of any other suppliers; total bill prices will include utility delivery charges and prices are displayed in kWh. If you are removed from utility consolidated billing for any reason NAP reserves the right to bill you directly or terminate the supply agreement. It may take approximately 1 to 2 billing cycles before you start receiving NAP's service. Electric Supplier proceeding; MD: IR-1983, CT: Docket No. 09-10-21, PA: License #A2176743, NJ: License # ESL-0104, OH: Cert. # 11-410E(1). In NJ NAP currently serves PSE&G, JCP&L, ACE and Rockland Electric. In CT, North American Power currently serves customers in CL&P and UI. North American Power is NOT the distribution utility, LDC or Electric Distribution Utility ("EDC") and is a completely separate company. In OH, NAP's applicable rate for Service shall be equal to the sum of: a) the costs incurred by NAP to provide the Service, through procurement in RTO-administered and/or other short-term markets, of all the supply and associated products that NAP requires to meet your electric generation supply requirements (including, without limitation, energy, imbalance energy, losses, capacity, transmission, ancillary services, alternative and renewable energy requirements, other RTO charges, taxes and any other required products or services); and b) up to $0.040 per kWh. Gas Licenses as follows: OH Cert. # 12-249G(1); NJ License# GSL-0114.
** While NAP complies with individual state renewable portfolio standards, inclusion of additional Renewable Energy Certificates can also be an optional service and is not required for electric supply service. You can also visit www.napower.com for the latest environmental and pricing information, as well as a copy of the ESCO Consumer Bill of Rights.
*** $1 monthly earnings for fundraisers in the Fundraising Program is for front-line customers to the fundraiser beginning at the 4th billing cycle and depends upon the customer's usage. $5 up-front payment to the organization in the Fundraising Program is based off of front-line customers to the fundraiser using over 250kWh per month.
**** Under the NAP Mission to Millions program, NAP will make donations to participating charities based upon (1) the monthly usage of its participating electricity supply customers  the monthly usage of its participating natural gas supply customers (3) purchases of NAP's American Wind Certificate renewable energy credits. Specifically, NAP will donate (1) $1.00 for each monthly electric bill paidby a participating electricity supply customer for usage of 250 kWh or more - if the customer's usage is lower than 250 kWh for any given month, no donation will be made for that month,  $1.00 for each monthly natural gas bill paidby a participating natural gas supply customer for usage of 50 therms or more - if the customer's usage is less than 50 therms for any given month, no donation will be made for that month,and (3) $1.00 for each American Wind Certificate purchased by a participating customer. Donations are made to the participating charity selected by the customer. In the event that any charity ceases participation in the Mission to Millions program or ceases to be eligible to receive donations based on sales to residents of a particular state, NAP may select another charity to receive the donations that can no longer be made to the customer's selected charity under the Mission to Millions program. The Mission to Millions program is currently not available to residents of Alabama and Maine. Please visit www.napower.com for further details and full terms and conditions.
When a renewable energy facility operates, it creates electricity that is delivered into a vast network of transmission wires, often referred to as "the grid." The grid is segmented into regional power pools; in many cases these pools are not interconnected. To help facilitate the sale of renewable electricity nationally, a system was established that separates renewable electricity generation into two parts: the electricity or electrical energy produced by a renewable generator and the renewable "attributes" of that generation. The renewable attributes or "green" attributes are sold separately as renewable energy certificates (RECs). Only one certificate may be issued for each unit of renewable electricity produced. The electricity that was split from the REC is no longer considered "renewable" and cannot be counted as renewable or zero-emissions by whoever buys it.
This product is comprised of RECs. With the purchase of RECs, you are buying the renewable attributes (i.e. environmental benefits) of a specific amount and type of renewable energy generation. You will continue to receive a separate electricity bill from your utility (if applicable). Your purchase of renewable certificates helps offset conventional electricity generation in the region where the renewable generator is located. Your purchase also helps build a market for renewable electricity and may have other local and global environmental benefits such as reduced global climate change and regional air pollution.
The renewable certificates in this product are verified and certified by Green-e Energy. Each supplier of renewable certificates is required to disclose the quantity, type and geographic source of each certificate. Please see the Product Content Label for this information. Green-e Energy also verifies that the renewable certificates are not sold more than once or claimed by more than one party. For information on Green-e Energy please visit its Web site, www.green-e.org, or call them toll-free, 1-888-63-GREEN. For Short disclaimer click here.
Your purchase of renewable energy certificates (RECs) is supporting electricity production in the United States. You will continue to receive a separate electricity bill from your utility (if applicable). For every unit of renewable electricity generated, an equivalent amount of RECs is produced. The purchase of RECs helps offset conventional electricity generation in the region where the renewable electricity generator is located. The purchase also helps build a market for renewable electricity and may have other local and global environmental benefits such as reducing global climate change and regional air pollution. For more information about RECs, please visit www.green-e.org. For Full disclaimer click here.