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PURE Energies Group Launches New Website Focusing on Premium User Experience

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - July 17, 2014) - PURE Energies Group has launched its new website and has announced the merge of its US subsidiary, One Block Off the Grid (1BOG.org) into the PURE Energies Group. As a unified organization, PURE Energies has become one of North America's largest residential solar energy companies, operating in 18 states across the United States and in 3 Provinces in Canada. PURE Energies is the only solar energy concierge service to offer comparative quotes from top solar providers, and provide a true shopping experience, helping homeowners across the US and Canada make more sustainable choices while saving money on energy.

New Website
The newly launched site, located at www.pureenergies.com, was designed to focus on premium user experience, while placing high priority on visual impact. "The new site is just as much about energy education as it is about product education. We want homeowners to come to us first to get educated on solar, realize their potential cost savings and fully understand their options before making any decisions," said Valerie Jones, VP Marketing of PURE Energies Group. The site is rich in resources including financing options, location-specific government rebates and will allow homeowners to fully comprehend their current energy expenditure. Resources such as how solar works, solar panel installation options, and updates in renewable industry news will allow homeowners to become experts in residential energy efficiency. Users can hear from homeowners who have gone through the PURE process and find out how much they have saved by going solar. PURE Energies' online marketplace was also enhanced with many more tools to help homeowners understand and choose the right provider best suited to meet their needs. See more at www.pureenergies.com

New Offerings
PURE Energies Group emerged exclusively as a residential solar energy company, acting as a full turn-key solar provider in Canada and an online marketplace in the United States. In the near future, PURE Energies will be announcing new offerings in the LED lighting and electric vehicle industries. The merge of One Block Off the Grid into PURE Energies Group has allowed the company to move from a renewable energy provider to an energy efficiency consultant for homeowners. PURE Energies will become more than just a solar provider, offering North American homeowners even more options to help them save money on their electricity bills. Due to PURE's influence as a solar energy provider, they have grown their social media following to 300,000 on Twitter and 25,000 on Facebook, a leader in the industry in for social networking.

"Our new site is the perfect balance of multi-level branding and user experience. As we grow further into the energy efficiency sector, our new site will position us as a leader in the industry," said Zbigniew Barwicz, CEO of PURE Energies Group. PURE Energies has been experiencing faster-than-market growth in residential solar, and expects to champion the lighting and electric vehicle industry. "With the growth we have experienced over our short time in the industry, and the movement into lighting and electric vehicles, we are ramping up for a big third quarter. Our new site will be the driving force behind that," explains Mr. Barwicz. 

About PURE Energies Group
PURE Energies is committed to being the trusted energy advisor to North American homeowners. PURE Energies is the only North American solar energy provider using a proprietary comparative technology platform and business model, creating a true shopping experience for homeowners looking for the best available deals from the top solar providers. Headquartered in Toronto, the company is operating in 18 states across the US, and in 3 Provinces in Ontario, Canada. PURE Energies Group has expanded to encompass the San Francisco-based One Block Off the Grid (www.1bog.org) brand, and the Seattle-based Cooler Planet (www.coolerplanet.com) brand. For more information, please visit www.pureenergies.com

Leah McLean
PURE Energies Group
Office: 416-340-7873 x326
Email: [email protected]

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