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Green Logic Energy wins SunPower award

author on Dec 3, 2009

East Hampton-based Green Logic Energy, Long Island’s largest and fastest growing provider of renewable energy solutions, received the “SunPower Residential Dealer of the Year” award last month at a “Solar Power International” trade show in Anaheim, California.

The East End company was selected from more than 200 SunPower dealers in North America. Earlier this year, Green Logic received the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) “Trade Ally Award” for its work providing renewable energy sources to Long Island.

Green Logic Energy offers its solutions to residential, commercial and municipal clients. The company was founded in 2005 and currently employs over 40 people and is growing by approximately two positions a month, making it one of the largest “green collar” employers on Long Island.

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