SmartWatt Energy Holds Donation Drive to Benefit the Red Cross’ Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

SmartWatt Energy’s nationwide staff recently participated in a donation drive to benefit the Red Cross’ Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.

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Albany, NY (PRWEB) November 21, 2012

SmartWatt Energy’s nationwide staff recently participated in a donation drive to benefit the Red Cross’ Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.

Hurricane Sandy made a mark of destruction along the East Coast, affecting SmartWatt’s regional offices and impacting customers and partners. Though the storm has dissipated, the devastation continues to mount in New York City and New Jersey. The Red Cross has launched large-scale operations in Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and West Virginia. More than 3,330 trained disaster workers have offered shelter, food and comfort to those in need.

Staff quickly rallied behind the cause and mobilized to collect cash donations from all divisions of the company. SmartWatt Energy employee donations, allocated directly to the Red Cross’ disaster relief efforts, were matched dollar for dollar by SmartWatt Energy.

ABOUT SMARTWATT ENERGY, INC.

SmartWatt Energy, Inc., is a leading nationwide provider of turnkey energy-efficiency solutions. SmartWatt Energy is dedicated to lowering businesses’ operational costs through energy-reduction strategies. SmartWatt Energy provides whole building energy assessments and implements lighting retrofits, VFD upgrades, control system enhancements, ECM upgrades, and more to help commercial, industrial, government and utility customers meet their sustainability goals. SmartWatt Energy’s energy-efficiency services include construction-grade energy audits, value-engineered designs, self-performed installations, utility incentive procurement, facilitation of EPAct 2005 tax deductions and maintenance support. For more information, visit http://www.smartwattinc.com.