I signed up for the Windsource program with my utilities provider to basically buy wind power for all the electricity used in my home. When it started, I had to pay a premium for this. Recently, though, that premium was offset because the normal “fuel surcharge” was subtracted from the bill (my fuel – wind – is free!). And this month, the fuel surcharge was $0.55 more than the wind surcharge – which means, my wind power was a whopping $0.55 cheaper than all the coal-burning atom-splitting customers out there.
Not much, but I’ll take it!