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Leading online energy retailer teams up with top provider of affordable residential solar to offer more choices to homeowners

SAN DIEGO, May 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- OneRoof Energy, Inc., a complete solar services provider and wholly-owned subsidiary of OneRoof Energy Group, Inc. (TSXV:ON), today announced a marketing alliance with privately held, energy comparison shopping provider, Choose Energy.  Choose Energy's technology offers consumers an easy-to-use, comparison-shopping experience for electricity and natural gas that helps them to save money. The alliance will create an opportunity for OneRoof Energy to broaden its outreach and for Choose Energy to add to its renewable solar energy portfolio. Choose Energy currently serves more than 100,000 customers in 11 deregulated markets across the United States.

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"Choose Energy has been a pioneer in building a marketplace for energy, and we're excited to plug OneRoof Energy's leading solar lease and services into their platform," said David Field, president and chief executive officer, OneRoof Energy. "Not only will we be able to fulfill the rapidly growing demand that Choose Energy is generating for solar, we will also further expand our cross-marketing opportunities."

While the battle between utility companies and distributed solar has become increasingly heated this year, the Choose Energy alliance reflects a growing industry trend where progressive energy companies are beginning to identify market opportunities by working with renewable energy companies. For example, Edison International purchased SoCore Energy, a Chicago company focused on solar energy installations for real estate investment trusts and NextEra Energy acquired New York-based Smart Energy Capital, a solar rooftop developer for commercial buildings.

"Having OneRoof Energy join our roster of solar partners in the Choose Energy retail marketplace will help us achieve our primary goal of allowing consumers to find the best deal when shopping for energy," said John Tough, the head of operations and business development at Choose Energy. "We take the selection of partners seriously, vetting them carefully so our customers can trust they are getting the best selection of plans and energy sources. We're excited to continue growing our pipeline for solar with a partner that is bringing a fresh approach to the space."

About OneRoof Energy

OneRoof Energy is a complete solar services provider offering homeowners everything from the financing, system design and installation project management to ongoing system monitoring and maintenance. Through the use of its game-changing, proprietary solar sales and design software, OneRoof Energy helps homeowners find a finance option that is best suited to their individual lifestyle and budget, including the zero-down lease option.

OneRoof Energy's signature, SolarSelect® leasing programs allow homeowners to go solar with nothing down, pay less on monthly electricity bills, and enjoy protection against utility rate hikes for up to 25 years. OneRoof Energy is led by a seasoned management team of renewable energy industry veterans with a proven track record of making energy independence a reality. Currently, the company serves homeowners throughout Arizona, California, Hawaii, Massachusetts and New York with plans for additional expansion. For more information, visit

About Choose Energy

Choose Energy is an easy-to-use online energy comparison-shopping engine that helps residents and businesses shop for their optimal energy plan. Powered by an informative, easy-to-use website, and friendly customer service team, Choose Energy provides a free, convenient, and secure way for consumers to compare rates and plans for energy suppliers in their area -- and make the switch all in one place. Plans are curated from only reliable and trusted suppliers and provide renewable options as well as flexible pricing to ensure customers find the plan that best fits their needs -- shop online at or by phone at 1-855-419-8758. Choose Energy is available in 11 states currently, with additional states coming on-line in 2014. The company has offices in San Francisco, CA, Chicago, IL and Carrolton, TX.  For more information go to

Caution Regarding Forward-Looking Information

Certain statements contained in this document, including those that express management's expectations or estimates regarding the Company's future performance, are "forward-looking information" within the meaning of applicable securities laws.  Forward-looking information is necessarily based on a certain number of estimates and assumptions which, while considered plausible by the management when they are made, are inherently subject to significant commercial, economic and competitive risks and uncertainties. We advise investors not to rely unduly on forward-looking information. The Company further declines any intention or obligation to publicly update this forward-looking information, whether due to new information, or future or other events, unless required by applicable law.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its regulation service provider (as these terms are defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) bears responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this press release.

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