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Vision Ease should be focusing on making money rather than over-paying for its electricity. This is especially laughable given they withdrew their IPO earlier this year.
I for one like to hear of progressive companies doing wise things. Thanks for the article.
Good for you, Vision-Ease! I hope more companies follow suit so that using renewable energy will become a standard way of doing business. As consumers, we can reward businesses that "go green" by buying their goods and services and by not supporting those businesses who do not.
What an inspiring action. Might even get me to sign up for wind energy. XCEL is getting so much press for this now - but it was only 5 or 10 years ago they were the biggest naysayers around when it came to wind. Charging extra is for it lines there pockets and is laughable because the true costs of non-renewable power are the free goods such as clean air and water.
I'll try to buy lenses from a sain company.
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