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Verengo Inc. Hits Milestone With 1,000th Employee

Continued Growth of #1 Residential Solar Contractor* Fueled by East Coast Expansion

TORRANCE, CA--(Marketwired - March 31, 2014) - Verengo Inc., already established as the nation's leading residential solar specialist with over 10,000 installations, today announced the hiring of its 1,000th employee.

"This milestone hire for the Verengo team reaffirms our leadership position in the industry," said Verengo Co-Founder and CEO Randy Bishop. "By concentrating entirely on the residential market, Verengo has become the rooftop solar company consumers know they can rely on. This will continue to fuel our growth, as rooftop solar expands to more states across the U.S." 

"Many positive developments have contributed to Verengo's current growth rate, including the successful expansion of our residential business into New York State and the increasing acceptance of rooftop solar leasing by home owners," said Co-Founder and President Ken Button. "We are excited about the future of our business, as more and more Americans take control of their energy bills and protect themselves from rising utility rates."

Founded in 2008, Verengo has succeeded through focusing on the customer, including a commitment to deliver on its promise of fast, professional installation; a willingness to go the extra mile to make customers happy; and hiring a team that puts the customer first, earning a reputation as the most trusted solar company in the industry.

"Our mission is to Change the Way America Thinks About Solar," said Bishop. "This can only happen if we live up to our company values, and put trust first. Being able to reach this employment milestone so rapidly is a testimony to those values and reaffirms our position as the nation's #1 residential solar specialist.1"

Verengo Inc. is changing the way America thinks about solar! Verengo is ranked #1 on the Solar Power World list of Top Residential Solar Contractors in the U.S., has been named to Inc. Magazine's List of America's Fastest Growing Companies and consistently maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. The company markets, sells and installs solar photovoltaic systems, which enable homeowners to save money on their electricity bills and replace dirty electricity with clean, renewable energy. Verengo has grown 600% over the past 5 years and has added 1,000 new employees over that period. A recent survey found that 97% of Verengo customers would refer the company to their friends and family. The company has earned this recognition and customer satisfaction by making solar easy and affordable for its customers and delivering superior customer service. All of this, while making the planet a better place in which to live. For more information on Verengo Inc, visit www.verengosolar.com.

1 Solar Power World list of Top Residential Solar Contractors in the U.S

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