NYC Electronics Retail store owner assumed they were still under a previous contract with another supplier, but was not happy with their current energy costs and need some assistance finding a new solution.
City officials from a municipality in Massachusetts wanted to move away from the volatility pricing of their utility and wished to lock in a fixed electricity supply rate for their municipal buildings.
Manufacturing facility in Ohio has been looking for many ways reduce their energy usage. They had previously integrated LED lighting and were also evaluating solar energy but were still looking for more ways to reduce their energy costs.
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