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2013-07-15 12:21:59

WESTPORT, Conn., July 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- An energy company executive warns that a popular solar leasing program offered to Connecticut residents carries hidden risks for most homeowners. "I suspect people don't think they could be paying more for solar electricity in a few years than they are paying their local utility for conventional electricity," said Jeffrey Mayer, president and CEO of Soluxe Inc., a Westport-based company. Mayer pointed out that electricity prices from...

2013-03-07 16:21:58

DARIEN, Conn., March 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Thanks to a Berkeley, CA, obstetrician and her husband, doctors and their surgery patients half way around the world no longer face sudden power outages in the middle of operating room procedures. To honor their innovative efforts, the couple has been awarded a Solar Flare Award by Soluxe Energy Solutions, a Connecticut-based energy advisor that helps homeowners lower monthly utility bills. "We were thrilled to see stories of the solar-powered...

2012-10-11 11:22:27

DARIEN, Conn., Oct. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Connecticut-based solar company, Soluxe Solar, presented Progress Energy with its Solar Flare Award in recognition of its outstanding SunSense Schools solar energy program. "The SunSense Schools program is offering schools the resources they need to educate our youth in renewable energy, free of cost," said Soluxe Solar CEO, Jeffrey Mayer, in acknowledging Progress Energy. With the help of Progress Energy's SunSense Schools program, the...

2012-09-18 06:21:28

DARIEN, Conn., Sept. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Soluxe Solar, a Connecticut-based solar company, has awarded a small South Dakota company with its Solar Flare Award in recognition of its innovative approach to renewable power. "Small really is beautiful," said Jeffrey Mayer, Soluxe's president, in recognizing Peppermint Energy of Sioux Falls, SD with the prestigious honor. "At a time when utility scale power projects have reduced our dependence on carbon-based fuels, this company is...

2012-08-28 02:23:01

DARIEN, Conn., Aug. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The solar industry will be "like a falling star" if it doesn't clean up its act, warns Jeffrey Mayer, CEO of Soluxe Solar, a Connecticut-based solar installation company. "As solar energy has become affordable, a new breed of aggressive salespeople is threatening to turn homeowners off at the very time they should be getting excited about how affordable solar has become," says Mayer. Mayer's company, Soluxe Solar, recently published a "Customer...

2012-06-25 02:22:51

DARIEN, Conn., June 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Homeowners who think New England does not get enough sun to justify an investment in solar electricity are "just plain in the dark," says a Connecticut-based solar company. Jeffrey Mayer, CEO of Soluxe Solar, says that the most popular objection to solar installations is "not enough sun." "Believe it or not, the sunlight in New England is only a little less than Florida, about 15%," says Mayer. As a result, Mayer claims,...

2011-05-31 11:15:00

STAMFORD, Conn., May 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MXenergy CEO Jeffrey Mayer has always been a communicator; first as a young attorney and years later as the President and CEO of MXenergy, one of the nation's leading independent energy providers. Now though, rather than using his voice in the courtroom as he did in his younger days, he connects with employees, customers, and investors through his CEO blog, MXpressions. The trend of CEO blogs is increasing exponentially. For many it is an...

2011-04-28 11:25:00

STAMFORD, Conn., April 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Electric cars are just beginning to hit U.S. highways but, if the most recent Nielsen Energy Survey is any indication, they should receive a huge welcome. An overwhelming 85% of American consumers say they would be interested in purchasing a plug-in electric vehicle; either right away (3%), when their current car needs replacement (57%) or when the technology is proven and becomes mainstream (25%). One consumer who won't be waiting is...

2011-04-18 07:30:00

STAMFORD, Conn., April 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Some companies like to give you a free toaster when you become a customer. MXenergy has a different idea. This year, during "Earth Week," the independent energy provider will give all new customers free carbon offsets for one year. "Since our inception, we have had a true commitment to the environment and the issue of sustainability," says Jeffrey Mayer, MXenergy President and CEO. "Earth Day is the perfect time to share that commitment...