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SkyHouse Solutions Creates Innovative Business Model to Combat Rising Energy Costs

SkyHouse Solutions Inc., is a California start up addressing the need for innovative and cost effective products to save consumers of energy money and protect the environment.

Sep 14 2013, 8:16am CDT | by PR.com

El Dorado Hills, CA, September 14, 2013 --(PR.com)-- A 59 percent increase in California wholesale power prices spurs SkyHouse Solutions Inc., a California based energy consulting group, to partner with contractors nationwide to provide cutting-edge, energy savings products and services to businesses and consumers.

“We see a unique opportunity to find and or develop effective energy efficient products beyond the traditional solar, wind, and geothermal that helps to save energy consumers money while protecting our environment,” said Chief Sales Officer Olivier Ecaterinis.

In a recent industry outlook by IBISWorld, in the five years to 2018, demand for industry’s heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) products is expected to increase, driven by strong residential and nonresidential construction growth. In addition, “concerns about climate change and energy consumption will stimulate demand for newer, environmentally friendly systems to replace less efficient ones,” the report said.

In addition to tax incentives and growing environmental concerns, energy consumers want more choices that provide a realistic return on their investment and don’t harm the environment. “With over a half century of experience in this sector, we are qualified and motivated to find answers to meet this new demand,” said Ecaterinis.

SkyHouse Solutions is a California corporation dedicated to the identification and, or build and distribution of innovative products that help manage the energy requirements of residential, commercial, and industrial clients. For more information go to www.skyhousesolutions.com/articles, or call (877) 396-8699.

Media Contact: Olivier Ecaterinis, Chief Sales Officer
Date: September 12, 2013

Contact Information:
Skyhouse solutions
Christine Temple-Wolfe
925 876 7191
Contact via Email

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