Pokemon Energy Cards Could Help Consumers Get Energy Credits
With the Pokémon Energy Cards, consumers can tap into their bank accounts for a variety of energy sources like natural gas, renewable energy, solar power, hydroelectric power, wind power and biomass.
The cards can also provide energy to appliances and other devices, such as computers, televisions and refrigerators, so they can power their home.
They cost $1 per card and can be redeemed through participating stores.
The card can also be used for the purchase of energy products, including gas and electricity.
The Pokémon Energy Card was launched in December as part of a larger initiative to help U.S. consumers reduce their energy bills.
The program will allow consumers to access energy credits at participating retailers in partnership with energy experts, including Energy Star.
Consumers can also log on to the website of the National Association of Home Energy Retailers and redeem energy credits for energy savings, the group said in a statement.
The program also allows consumers to pay for their electricity with the energy card they use.
Consumers must also meet certain other requirements, including making a purchase of more than $200 per year.
The new program is part of the Pokémon Go game, which is free to download on mobile devices.