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LPC's Renewable Energy Program

When subscribing for renewable energy, the premium renewable rate is added to the regular electricity rate and will be added to the customer's monthly utility bill. By providing the following information and submitting it to LPC, the customer agrees to make a one-year commitment to purchase renewable energy. LPC will begin charging your City of Longmont utility bill one month after renewable energy becomes available for purchase. LPC will notify the customer prior to the renewable energy charges being applied to their bill.

Sign up for renewable energy

Please note that all information in City databases is subject to the Open Records Act, including information submitted via this form.

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In order to process your subscription, all information above must be provided and accurate.
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** While a City of Longmont Utility Billing account number is not required to process subscriptions, it will speed the process for customer service representatives. Customers can locate their account number on their utility bill.
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Longmont Power and Communications Energy Mix graph showing 2012 - 2013 energy mixture

Energy Mix Information Details
Green-e Energy certifies that LPC’s Renewable Energy meets the minimum environmental and consumer protection standards established by the non-profit Center for Resource Solutions. For more information on Green-e Energy certification requirements, call 1-888-63-GREEN or log on to

· Electricity in this program is sold in blocks of 100 kWh (residential) and 500 kWh (commercial)
· Generation locations for renewable mixes: CO, KS, OK and WY.
· Eligible renewables are generation facilities in operation on or after January 1, 1997. Other sources include purchases and power sharing agreements from various resources.
· These figures reflect the power that we have contracted to provide. Actual 2013 figures may vary based on resource availability.
· The average home in Longmont Power & Communications’ service territory used 740 kWh per month in 2012.  

You will be able to print a copy for yourself after you submit the form.