OneRoof Energy and Elevate Partner to Make Solar a "Digital Service"

Alliance leverages advanced software platform and easy financing options to introduce affordable rooftop solar energy solutions to California homeowners

SAN DIEGO, July 22, 2014 -- OneRoof Energy, Inc., a provider of comprehensive solar energy services, today announced the inclusion of its rooftop solar services and financing to Elevate's integrated digital services offering. As one of the leading cloud-based, digital subscription service providers to residential customers in the country, Elevate has built longstanding relationships with customers in ideal solar services regions. This partnership will enable OneRoof to address a substantial customer base while providing Elevate with another popular anchor product.


"Elevate fits perfectly into our strategy of partnering with leading home service providers and lowering OneRoof Energy's customer acquisition costs," said David Field, president and chief executive officer, OneRoof Energy. "This new relationship gives us the opportunity to fulfill the rapidly growing demand for rooftop solar in California, while also making our software, SunOpps, the industry standard for making solar a digital service."

SunOpps is a cloud-enabled fulfillment platform that integrates with, and complements, the myriad of sales tools currently used by third party contractors, vendors, and sales organizations to increase customer satisfaction at every touch point of the engagement. At the heart of the software is SunOpps Intelligence, a calculation engine that analyzes geography, location, architecture, sun activity, product availability, and more to configure optimal product configurations and estimate accurate savings and pricing information.

"With this partnership, Elevate is now able to use the SunOpps solar software from OneRoof Energy to provide solar financing to our customers with the easiest-to-use solution in the business," said Wright Thurston, president and chief executive officer at Elevate. "OneRoof Energy's financial and installation expertise combined with the SunOpps technology platform will allow us to further expand the digital services we offer to our customers."

About OneRoof Energy

OneRoof Energy, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of OneRoof Energy Group, Inc. (TSXV:ON), is a complete solar services provider dedicated to saving homeowners money. The company offers homeowners everything from traditional and lease financing, superior solar system design and installation project management, to ongoing system monitoring and maintenance services. Utilizing its technology-rich, solar leasing fulfillment platform, OneRoof Energy is partnering with traditional energy retailers and home services companies of all sizes to offer residential customers a wide spectrum of affordable, renewable energy choices. With its unique end-to-end energy solution, the company has created multiple touch points to offer cost-saving energy products and services that create a seamless experience for the homeowner while fulfilling their unique energy needs. Currently, the company serves residential customers in five states including Arizona, California, Hawaii, Massachusetts and New York with plans for additional expansion. For more information, visit www.oneroofenergy.com.

About Elevate

Elevate provides data, voice, video, mobile, security, and now solar solutions to residences and businesses in major markets throughout the United States through a network of independent Certifiable Geniuses. For more information, visit www.goelevate.com.

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