altE Announces New Office Location in Colorado

Expansion into Colorado marks the first step in future plans to offer more renewable energy and solar products in the Western and Southwestern USA.

Boxborough, MA May 12, 2015


altE, the leading distributor of residential solar panels and solar power products for off grid and grid-tied solar electric systems in the Northeast, announced the opening of the company's sales office location in Colorado.

The move continues to support rapid company growth and provides additional opportunities to serve its growing customer base in the Western and Southwestern regions of the US.

"With record revenue in the last year and already, in the second quarter of this year, we are planning for additional, aggressive growth for the rest of the year. A key component to serving our customers better in the western states includes an expanded sales force in the region," said Sascha Deri, CEO of altE. "We look forward to providing increased service to our customers in states such as Colorado, California, Arizona and Texas, where solar energy system deployments are strong."

For additional information about altE visit: http://www.altEstore.com.

About altE
Founded in 1999, altE, Inc has catered to customers on every continent of the globe. A 2006 Inc. 500 awarded company, altE aims to continue to fulfill its motto, "Making Renewable Do-able," by offering cost competitive, high-quality renewable energy and solar related products and educational services to Do-It-Yourselfers, Solar Installers and Dealers. altE's headquarters is located at 330 Codman Hill Road, Boxborough, MA. For more information visit their website at http://www.altEstore.com or contact Toll Free (877) 878-4060.

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