Helping Transform Homes into Energy-Efficient Spaces

Major Energy has taken the initiative to aid Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh by donating 3,000 LED light bulbs to help transform homes into energy-efficient spaces.

Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh (RTP) was founded in 1993. What began as an all-volunteer organization has grown to be an organization that supports over 30 staff and completes more than 300 housing projects annually. RTP is on a mission to repair homes, revitalize communities, and rebuild lives by repairing and rebuilding homes for seniors, veterans, and persons with physical disabilities. When a homeowner lacks the resources to maintain their home, one can count on RTP because they believe that everyone deserves to live in a safe and healthy home.

“We’re honored that Major Energy has chosen Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh for their donation” said Alan Sisco, CEO of Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh. “These light bulbs will help hundreds of homeowners lower their energy bills and feel more comfortable in their homes.”

Major Energy could not have chosen a better organization to help contribute their donations to. Seeing how committed RTP is to making a positive change in today’s society for a better tomorrow is a value Major Energy embodies. With this donation, we strived to help RTP brighten up homes with LED light bulbs that are energy-efficient and help conserve energy to preserve our future.

“We hope that with this donation Major Energy can help improve the homes of many Pittsburghers” said, James G. Jones II, Chief Financial Officer for Major Energy.

About Major Energy an Energy Service Company

Major Energy is a Houston-based company founded in 2005 as an Energy Service Company (ESCO) serving residential and commercial customers in 10 utilities located in NY, NJ, DC, PA, CT, MA, IL, OH, ME, and MD deregulated natural gas and electric. See the current rates for Major Energy electric and natural gas plans in the Northeast.

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