Affordable Solar Web Site Cited in New York Times Article

ALBUQUERQUE- After Albuquerque-based Affordable Solar, a renewable energy design and selling organization, was mentioned in the Sunday New York Times on August 29, the company's activity has doubled.

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ALBUQUERQUE- After Albuquerque-based Affordable Solar, a renewable energy design and selling organization, was mentioned in the Sunday New York Times on August 29, the company's activity has doubled.

"To be listed in the New York Times article was a great honor and we are humbled by the notoriety," said David Hughes, Affordable Solar President. "This has been huge for our small company. Our goal is to enhance the effectiveness of renewable energy for homeowners, businesses, and governments."

The article by New York Times reporter Barry Rehfeld focused on the increase in the sales of energy efficient appliances and the innovative items that some people are putting in their own homes.

The Web Site, affordable-solar.com, was mentioned as one of the sites that offer a huge selection of energy efficient products.

Affordable Solar, established in 1998, is privately owned and operated in Albuquerque, NM, USA. They design and sell renewable energy systems for commercial, residential, and government organizations. For more information contact Affordable Solar at 1-800-810-9939 or visit www.affordable-solar.com.
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