Houston, TX, March 28, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Tomorrow Energy will be supporting tree planting efforts through the Arbor Day Foundation. “Our goal is to plant over 80,000 trees on behalf of our customers this year,” Paul Keene said, CEO of Tomorrow Energy. “We intend to focus our tree planting in the areas where we do business, including Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey.”
Sustainability is central to the core values of Tomorrow Energy as the company believes that trees are an incredibly important part of building a sustainable future.
“We are excited to work with Tomorrow Energy through this new partnership,” Dan Lambe said, president, Arbor Day Foundation. “Their commitment to planting trees and improving the regions they serve will mean long-term benefits for area residents, including cleaner air, cleaner water and abundant natural beauty.”
Tomorrow Energy aims to create positive impact in the world starting at home by giving customers more clean energy choices and doing good by being active stewards in local communities they serve. To further create sustainability, Tomorrow Energy offers a variety of products which offers planting trees on behalf of their customer over the term of that product. “We believe that it is all of us together that can create positive impact in the world - today and tomorrow,” Keene said.
For more information on Tomorrow Energy, go to www.TomorrowEnergy.com
More about the Arbor Day Foundation.
Founded in 1972, the Arbor Day Foundation has grown to become the largest nonprofit membership organization dedicated to planting trees, with more than 1 million members, supporters and valued partners. Since its founding, more than 300 million Arbor Day Foundation trees have been planted in neighborhoods, communities, cities and forests throughout the world. The vision of the Foundation is to help others understand and use trees as a solution to many of the global issues faced today, including air quality, water quality, climate change, deforestation, poverty and hunger. For more information, go to www.arborday.org.