How renewable energy works
Your electricity mix at home
Electricity from renewables
The energy that reaches your house will continue to be a mix from all sources on the grid, but your usage will be offset with 100% National Wind Renewable Energy Credits (RECs). The energy you use will be replaced with energy generated from 100% pure wind power.See Earth Care 12 Plan
What to expect when switching to renewables
Changes at your homeNone! The beautiful thing about switching to a new energy supplier is that nothing changes at your house. There’s no appointment and there are no physical changes to your property. You will continue to have the same reliable service as you do today.
Changes on your billThe switch to Tomorrow Energy happens behind the scenes at your local utility. While they continue to deliver your electricity, you will see Tomorrow Energy listed as the supplier on your regular energy bill. For our Texas customers, Tomorrow Energy will become your supplier and will send your bill including energy and transmission and distribution charges.
You can even offset natural gas emissions
The Impact of Renewable Energy
- Demand for RECs will accelerate the development of renewable energy across the market.
- Many forms of renewable energy use little to no water.
- Renewable energy is completely sustainable and does not cause harm to the land like fossil-fuel extraction.
- Renewable energy does not create carbon dioxide (CO2), mercury, nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO2) or particulate matter into the air, water or soil.
- Demand for renewable energy creates more employment opportunities in the green job sector.
- Renewable energy is a homegrown energy source, helping secure America’s energy future and decrease our dependence on foreign energy.
- Renewable generation facilities are usually built in rural areas to take advantage of ample space and resource potential.