Verizon ending verizon.net E-mail Services …

Verizon ending verizon.net E-mail Services NOTE: This is an informational post to inform you about a change in a major Internet Service Provider (ISP) that may affect you, we are not affiliated with, nor can we provide any assistance for this beyond the information provided below. If you have questions regarding your account with them, please contact Verizon directly using verizon.com/email or by calling 1-800-VERIZON. Verizon announced Feb 15th, 2017 they will no longer provide verizon.net e-mail services. They said other than this change, your Verizon service(s) would not be affected. You will have two options when your account is scheduled for migration or termination, keep your address and move to AOL mail or you may select a different mail provider such as Gmail or Outlook.com. Once you are notified via e-mail it should give you a date to take action by, if you miss that date you'll lose access to your verizon.net email account. Have questions? More information can be found at verizon.com/Email or...
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Renewable Energy Certificates …

Renewable Energy Certificates …

Renewable Energy Certificates No need to buy solar panels. The providers put into the grid from green sources what you are taking out such as solar or wind. The more people that buy RECs the more renewable energy is used and eventually I would hope removes the need for conventional 'bad' energy sources. Let's all make the switch to GREEN power. Here is one of many places to get started with RECs: https://www.arcadiapower.com/ They are currently selling RECs at $.015 per kWh this would be in addition to your current monthly bill you get from your power provider, but you could be putting 100% of your home energy usage on the grid through renewable energy. To figure out how much extra this would cost you, add up the last 12 bills from your power provider, divide by 12, then multiply by 0.015. NOVEC: https://www.novec.com/Customer_Services/RECs.cfm Dominion: https://www.dom.com/about-us/making-energy/renewables/solar Rapp Elec: http://www.myrec.coop/res/save-energy/net-metering.cfm...
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