On a mission to promote practices for a greener earth, VerdeBrisa invites consumers to take part of the Green Energy Program and opt for "green electricity."
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/30/2014 -- Earth-harming practices have taken a toll on the environment. As such, it has become increasingly becoming imperative for homes and businesses to take the necessary action to reverse the effects. ‘Going green’ is a famous advocacy of many individuals, families, organizations and enterprises, as they call for the preservation of nature before it is too late.
“Now is a great time to get green. There are tons of incentives for individuals, families and businesses to get free energy just by sharing how they can help be green too,” said Jim Sickonic of VerdeBrisa. “It’s easy and is helping save the planet and the environment.”
VerdeBrisa, a community resource for tools, products, businesses and projects, helps making going green "a breeze" with its Free Green Energy Program, focusing on the use of green electricity. Produced from renewable energy sources that do not negatively impact the environment, this kind of electricity generation utilizes the natural energies available to us.
As a leading advocate of earth preservation practices, VerdeBrisa seeks to create awareness in the minds of people and their children on how to protect and preserve the surroundings, so that nature can continue showering its bounties for generations to come. The team strongly believes in conserving energy resources that are finite, and they work to create a world in which our primary energy supply comes from renewable sources.
Actualizing this goal, VedeBrisa is currently running the Free Green Energy Program in partnership with leading certified green providers that supply green energy without disrupting the existing utility system. While already creating a buzz among earth-conscious groups and businesses all over the country, it is hoped that the 'green choice' will soon be available in all 50 states.
"You don’t just save energy, you get green energy," said Brittany Henderson of VerdeBrisa. "We invite you become part of the green energy team, and sign up for greener electricity and cleaner natural gas. People can get free energy, and also potentially make some money by simply referring a few friends to th program."
To find out more about VerdeBrisa's Free Green Energy Referral Program for a greener earth, please visit http://www.verdebrisa.com for information.
VerdeBrisa brings inspiration, innovation, and support to every green-minded individual on the planet by introducing community members to green energy providers, emerging technology, tips and tools, and each other. With the ultimate goal of creating a green living community, the website keeps people informed on simple steps to going green, innovative companies and services and other ways to participate.