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CGE Energy Announces Official Launch of CGE Sustain Program

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Brighton, MI – CGE Energy (OTCPink:CGEI) is pleased to announce the official launch of their exclusive CGE Sustain energy upgrade program. CGE Sustain offers corporations, non-profits and governments the easiest path to implement energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions. With no upfront cost to the Sustain customer, their budgeted energy expenses are reduced each month, energy savings fully pay for the program, and the excess savings go to the customer’s bottom line.

CGE Energy has been on the implementation side of energy upgrades since 1989, and what their team has found by serving thousands of clients across the country: there isn’t a good solution in the market that addressed all of the barriers to entry to get an energy project done. With the CGE Sustain program, all barriers are removed. A customer’s wasted dollars on their energy bill can be turned into a resource that gets an organization’s capital projects done.

“We have referenced the CGE Sustain program in some of our past press releases,” said CGE Energy President and CEO Bryan Zaplitny, “Over the last year we have painstakingly refined and streamlined the Sustain program offering. Because of our unique business model and structure, in October of 2016 we secured financial backing for our Sustain projects. We are now officially launching the CGE Sustain program and subsequent marketing campaigns.”

Since October, Zaplitny stated that the CGE Sustain business model has been proven in multiple industries, with signed contracts and the first project complete. In the overall market landscape, there are 2.4 million small to medium sized businesses in the U.S. that are facing rising energy costs. This represents an opportunity of over $400-billion. 60% of facilities lack access to capital needed to implement energy upgrades, which is one the primary needs the Sustain program is created to solve.

The CGE Sustain program is CGE Energy’s proprietary way to combine energy efficiency technologies, such as LED lighting and HVAC upgrades, along with renewable energy equipment, such as solar PV and CGE Energy’s own patented WIND-e20 wind turbine. CGE Sustain is the definitive platform that all of CGE Energy’s solutions are built upon. It provides ongoing value to the client and establishes a relationship that can be expanded, such as bringing WIND-e20 onsite generation to current Sustain customer’s sites when the turbine is available.

To learn more about the CGE Sustain program, please visit as well as watch a 90-second video introducing CGE Sustain here.

About CGE Energy

CGE Energy (OTCPink:CGEI) is the leading engineer of no capital cost energy solutions. Headquartered in Brighton, Michigan, the company integrates the optimal configuration of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies to meet their customers unique energy needs. Today the company serves customers in the U.S. and abroad, using energy technologies that include Cree LED lighting, their patented WIND-e20 wind turbine and leading solar generation technologies.

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