BP Demonstrates Corporate Responsibility
BP Oil, Inc., is putting green power to
work to create a cleaner, greener community for their customers and
At the same time,
BP is also helping those in need pay their electric bills by participating
in Murfreesboro Electric Department’s Green Power Switch® and
Magic Dollar programs.
“The City of Murfreesboro would like
to commend BP for supporting our local community
and our environment,” said Murfreesboro
Mayor Tommy Bragg. The Magic Dollar
Program helps to pay for the electricity needs
of Murfreesboro neighbors who, for one reason
or another, are having temporary financial
difficulties. MED customers can participate in
this program by having only one dollar, or any
amount they choose, added to their electric bill
each month. The money received is forwarded
to Community Helpers of Rutherford County
for allocation to qualifying recipients.
||From left to right, Gary Harris, Green Power
Switch Program Manager, TVA; Larry Dunn, Company Account Executive,
BP; Mayor Tommy Bragg, City of Murfreesboro; Betty Hester, Community
Helpers; and Amy Byers, Murfreesboro Electric Department, at the
City of Murfreesboro’s Earth Day Celebration on April 22, 2003.
We are proud to be a part of Green Power Switch and the Magic Dollar
both naturally align with BP’s mission of managing environmental
and social impacts and
improving performance,” said Larry Dunn, company account executive
BP is also working to reduce its own emissions as well as developing
a range of
cleaner energies for its customers. To support this, BP is researching,
investing and building
a renewable material and alternative energy business with a focus on
solar, wind and hydrogen.
To find out more about BP, visit www.bp.com.
Alliance for Clean Energy signs up new Green Power Switch® participants
at Nashville’s Earth
Day Festival 2003 on April 19. Nashvillians gathered to celebrate
the environment and had the opportunity
to collect information from more than 60 exhibits as well as enjoy
a free concert. Patty Griffin and Los
Lobos headlined the event.
Local Huntsville, Ala., residents celebrated
the environment at a promotional Earth
Day radio remote on April 12 where local
children learned about Green Power