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FORT WORTH, TX, June 02, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Global Efficient Energy, an energy-savings solutions company based in Texas, is prominently featured in a May 20 Forbes Magazine article regarding the increasing attractiveness of solar energy. Global Efficient Energy CEO Abe Issa is quoted extensively in the piece, which examines the circumstances in which solar is a good option for homeowners. (http://www.forbes.com/sites/larrymyler/2014/05/20/global-efficient-energy-these-are-not-your-fathers-solar-panels/?ss=business)

The author of the article, Larry Myler, is an adjunct professor in the Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology at Brigham Young University. Global Efficient Energy, he writes, has grown from $5M to $40M in revenue in three years and is planning to open eight new offices this year. But what makes Global stand out even more, according to the article, is its commitment to building long-term relationships with customers.

In the article, Myler asked Issa how Global Efficient Energy has been able to enjoy substantial growth in such a short period of time. "It's all about our customers," Issa said. "Our sales, installation, and customer service personnel are trained to build relationships with customers that will last a lifetime."

Myler cites two examples of this commitment. He talked to two customers who had encountered issues with their solar power systems to see how Global had handled their complaints. One customer was promised a 30 percent tax credit after installation of her solar system, while another was not seeing the cost savings on his electric bill that he had expected. In both instances, Global not only rectified the problems but did so in a manner that thoroughly exceeded the customers' expectations. They were so happy, Myler wrote, Global had earned "customers for life."

In addition to solar power systems, solar energy upgrades and solar panels, Global Efficient Energy offers a wide range of products and services that help customers address their energy-saving needs quickly and affordably. These include HVAC services, air sealing, electrical services, LED lighting and many more. The company's residential solar systems are in full compliance with all Texas Home Owner Association (HOA) requirements.

Global Efficient Energy is located at 2320 Gravel Road Building 31 in Fort Worth and can be reached by calling (888) 826-7881. For more information visit www.globalefficientenergy.com.

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