Wholesale Energy continues re-branding efforts with a new website to showcase expertise and new service offerings in energy saving retrofit solutions.
December 13, 2012 (Newswire) - Wholesale Energy, a New Jersey-based energy savings retrofit and solutions firm, is pleased to announce the launch of their new website: www.wholesale-energy.com. The new website is one of several initiatives to strengthen the company's position as a leading provider in the energy conservation industry, including the recent name change, re-branding efforts, improved process management and more complete service offerings.
"The new website is an effective tool to interact with customers and potential customers. This platform will provide real time information regarding our completed projects, new service offerings, latest news and articles from our experts in energy savings retrofits," says Rob Duncan, General Manager at Wholesale Energy.
The user controlled experience of the new website provides existing and prospective customers with information about energy-saving solutions, from energy-efficient lighting to solar energy systems and transformer upgrades. Visitors can access detailed pages about energy-saving upgrades, read case studies highlighting previous projects, or browse photos featuring Wholesale Energy certified technicians performing energy saving upgrades on location at customer facilities.
To learn more about Wholesale Energy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.wholesale-energy.com.
About Wholesale Energy
Wholesale Energy has been in business for over 20 years and has remained committed to setting the standards in energy conservation, innovation and customer service. As a result, the energy firm has helped hundreds of businesses realize significant cost-savings through the implementation of energy-efficient upgrades. Wholesale's talented team specializes in all areas of electrical and mechanical energy conservation projects, from engineering services to design-build and turn-key solutions. Wholesale Energy customers include schools, universities, hospitals, government agencies, office buildings, parking garages, manufacturing facilities and large warehouse locations.