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Saratoga Springs, N.Y.-based Atlantic Energy Solutions, an energy services company that incorporates wind, solar and other renewable resources, has formed a strategic alliance with Tradition Energy, an energy procurement firm.

As a direct channel partner of Tradition Energy, Atlantic Energy Solutions will be in a position to offer greater energy savings opportunities and solutions to its current and future customers.

"With the need for energy savings and reduction as great as it currently is, this new partnership puts us in an even better position to take advantage of the ever expanding energy conservation market and to deliver for both our customers and our shareholders," says Tim Brock, Atlantic Energy Solutions CEO.

SOURCE: Atlantic Energy Solutions Inc.


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