Circular Energy Expands to Northeast

New company location in Fairfield County, Connecticut will focus on commercial solar development business for large-scale projects in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.

Circular Energy, a national provider of solar energy solutions for commercial and industrial customers, is proud to announce their expansion into the Northeastern United States, with a focus on Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey.


To lead this growth, Rob Liflander has joined as Circular Energy's Managing Director, Northeast Region. Mr. Liflander brings years of experience helping clients with renewable energy solutions, previously working at OnForce Solar in New York and Sound Solar Systems in Connecticut. He earned a BA in economics from Brandeis University and an MBA from Columbia University.

"I am excited to bring Circular Energy's focus on high-quality development, strong financing, and a successful track record to a diverse group of customers - including schools, hotels, retail businesses and manufacturing firms. Circular Energy has been in business since 2009 and is considered an industry leader in developing innovative and high-quality projects. This experience will help us quickly gain market share, and lead to long-term relationships where we truly deliver value for our clients," Mr. Liflander said.

"The Northeast US continues to be a great market for solar energy solutions, especially as grid electricity prices remain high and state governments provide significant incentives for a cleaner, more affordable energy future. By bringing our energy expertise to this market, we see strong growth over the coming years," said James Steffes, CEO of Circular Energy.

"Circular Energy's strengths are based on the dedication and knowledge of our team, and maintaining a true win-win relationship with our channel partners, especially how we collaborate with energy consultants and electricity brokers to educate and inform businesses about solar energy solutions," Mr. Steffes added.

"Circular Energy is committed to building high-quality solar power assets and providing long-term operational support for these power plants. Our projects are designed, engineered and constructed to the highest levels of quality and professionalism in the business. I am proud to be part of such a wonderful business," Mr. Liflander said.

Circular Energy is opening its northeast regional office in Fairfield County, Connecticut because of its central location in reaching customers from New Jersey to New York to Massachusetts. Business owners and energy brokers interested in Circular Energy's solar energy solutions can visit Circular Energy online at www.circularenergy.com or call 1-866-274-5578 to setup a consultation.

About Circular Energy

Circular Energy is changing the way business owners buy electricity. With headquarters in Austin, Texas, Circular Energy brings over 100 years of energy expertise focused on renewable energy solutions, innovative electricity products and energy intelligence. Circular Energy is dedicated to helping American businesses with high-quality, affordable, resilient and sustainable energy solutions.

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