BRIDGEWATER, N.J., June 14, 2012 — Energy Edge Solutions (OTC: EEDG) announced two new top-tier clients today. The Landmark Center in Boston, MA and Airborne Systems of Pennsauken, NJ have contracted with EEDG to reduce their energy consumption and corresponding operating expenses.
The addition of The Landmark Center and Airborne Systems to Energy Edge’s customer list further substantiates the growing need for the services and resources being offered by EEDG to America’s most successful companies. The combined revenue from the initial two projects is expected to exceed $265,000.
The Landmark Center is a multifaceted, one million square foot, mixed-use building which houses retail stores such as Best Buy and Staples, a 13-screen movie theater, and office space for Blue Cross Blue Shield and Harvard Medical School. Owned by the innovative property management company, Samuels & Associates, the Landmark Center was originally the Sears Roebuck and Company’s Mail Order Store and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Airborne Systems is the world’s most trusted resource for parachute design and manufacturing. They are an HDT Global company and are well-known for supplying high-performance and best-quality products to aerospace and military markets around the world.
Energy Edge (OTC: EEDG) provides comprehensive whole facility energy efficiency projects to reduce operating costs and CO2 emissions for new and existing buildings. www.energyet.com
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