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Verde Energy Serves Its 10,000th Renewable Energy Customer


Verde Energy, a trusted source for competing offers from the nation's largest network of experienced renewable energy professionals, announced today that the company has served its 10,000th renewable energy customer.

Since its launch in 2006 customers across the nation eager to reduce their energy costs and impact to the environment have logged on to verdeenergy.com to install solar, wind, and geothermal systems and perform energy efficiency upgrades. Customers receive free project consultation from knowledgeable Verde specialists and competitive project quotes from pre-screened renewable energy contractors and lenders.

"Our goal is to create a clear and cost-effective path to renewable energy adoption," said Rob Powell, chief executive for Verde Energy. "By helping our customers to evaluate and plan renewable energy projects, and by providing competitive quotes from experienced installation professionals and lenders, Verde Energy is able to lower energy costs for customers and greatly simplify the process to obtain renewable energy systems."

The primary feedback from Verde Energy customers has been that they value having a choice among trusted contractors and lenders from an independent source. Customers include local, state, and federal government, schools and universities, homebuilders and developers, large commercial enterprises, small businesses, and homeowners across the country.

"We are very pleased with the wide range of customers using our service, and with having reached this important milestone," said Powell.





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