Union Station goes 100% wind


For the next three years, Washington D.C.'s Union Station will be powered by wind from Washington Gas Energy Services – a load of 18,943,964 kilowatt hours annually.

"As one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, Union Station's switch to wind energy through Washington Gas Energy Services is an important milestone in its history and a great opportunity to inform visitors about wind energy's viability for businesses of all sizes," said Roy Staeck, vice president of business development for Union Station.

Washington Gas Energy Services is helping Union Station educate customers on carbon offsets and wind power during a month-long event throughout April featuring interactive, eco-friendly experiences designed to raise awareness of environmental issues and encourage sustainability.

"With 37,000,000 visitors passing through its doors each year, Union Station sets an example to visitors, commuters and Washington, D.C. residents through its demonstrated commitment to environmental sustainability," said Washington Gas Energy Services President Harry Warren.

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