SEEL Wins Bid to Support Chicago-Based ComEd’s Small Business Energy Savings Program

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Solutions for Energy Efficient Logistics, an energy program management company owned by Chicago businessman, Louis James, has been recently contracted to support Chicago-based ComEd’s Small Business Energy Savings program. As part of their delivery of energy efficiency services, SEEL will drive customer lead generation with a goal towards boosting participation in the program.
“We are excited about this latest project,” said James, president & CEO of SEEL. “We are committed to spreading the advantages of energy efficiency to communities throughout the country, educating and servicing residents and business owners about available energy efficiency programs and services.”
The Small Business Energy Savings Program exists to lower energy usage and costs for participants in the program. The program offers free energy assessments and incentives up to 100 percent off recommended energy efficiency projects.
Formed in 2009, SEEL has grown to an impressive $14 million annually. Within its first two years of operation, SEEL won the Andromeda Star of Energy Award from the Alliance to Save Energy, one of the highest national awards for outstanding work in the area of energy conservation.
SEEL is poised to become one of the largest minority-owned energy efficiency and logistics companies in the nation. It’s skills and expertise include residential, multi-family and commercial program design and management, advertising, consumer-focused marketing, program implementation, contact call center support, trade ally management, and ongoing customer service. As a multicultural company, SEEL’s strength is its ability to reach out to diverse communities to educate and consult with customers about energy efficient products and services.
Better known as ComEd, Commonwealth Edison Company is a unit of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation, one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, with approximately 5.4 million customers. ComEd provides service to approximately 3.8 million customers across Northern Illinois, or 70 percent of the state’s population.


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