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CleanChoice Energy opens office in Massachusetts

CTBR Staff Writer Published 08 September 2017

Renewable energy company CleanChoice Energy has inaugurated its new office in Massachusetts in US, seeking to expand its clean energy services across the state.

The new facility will enable the company to offer its clean energy services, including renewable energy choices for small businesses, community solar and residential clean energy.

CleanChoice is a licensed retail energy provider that offers renewable energy products to American homes and businesses.

Since 2013, the renewable company has offered more than 1 billion kilowatts of clean energy to its clients across nine states. To achieve this, the company has applied consumer and geospatial data to large-scale marketing campaigns.

CleanChoice Energy founder and CEO Tom Matzzie said: “We're dedicated to making it simple and convenient forMassachusetts residents and businesses to make the switch to 100% clean energy.

“More clean energy choices mean better clean energy choices for everyone."

Also, in August, the company has introduced 100% solar retail electricity supply product in Massachusetts.

Without any upfront investment and installation fee, the company enables residents and businesses to make a switch to 100% solar energy.

The new solar service will initially be available to residents living across Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington DC. 

CleanChoice purchases electricity from regional wind and solar farms in wholesale competitive energy markets.

Instead of fossil fuel-based power, the company trades its solar services to homes and businesses via their existing utilities.