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THE ENERGY GROUP ANNOUNCES NEW SERVICES TO HELP BUSINESS OWNERS CUT OPERATING COSTS

 LITTLE FALLS, N.J., March 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The Energy Group, a firm that saves businesses up to 40 percent on electric costs, now expands its services to help business owners reduce long distance and 800 number telephone bills and get the most out of dollars spent to advertise in the Yellow Pages.
 The Energy Group continues to reduce customer's electric costs and attack every area of electrical usage in heating, air conditioning, lighting, refrigeration, and office and production equipment. It uses electric bill analysis, detailed facility surveys and load and cost percentages to "guarantee savings." One supermarket, for example, reduced electric costs by 30 percent and saved $10,000 on refrigeration maintenance. An insurance company was pleased when the group reduced their kilowatt hours by 41 percent.
 With its new service, the Energy Group takes those high-priced long distance and 800 service telephone costs and reduces them by up to 40 percent or more. As a free service, the group will analyze your costs associated with existing telephone systems and determine potential savings. The group will substantially lower your costs per minute without reducing the quality of service simply by introducing one of the greatest secrets in telecommunications -- the lesser known FCC approved discount programs -- starting at 12 cents per minute with six second billing for business or residential service.
 As part of its newly formed independent Yellow Pages consulting business, the Energy Group helps customers successfully establish a cost-effective yellow pages advertisement program. As a Yellow Pages Directory Advisor, the Energy Group makes sure that customers are informed of all the available cost-saving options. The group reviews current programs and advertising contracts and makes recommendations to cut existing costs.
 The Energy Group looks forward to reducing your operating costs. Some companies who benefited are: New York Mets, Fuji Film, Rubbermaid, Brunswick Bowling, Domino's Pizza, Newark Star Ledger, Boyle and Lane Cadillac, Equitable Life and Mutual of Omaha. If companies are interested in pursuing the Energy Group's savings, please forward a self-addressed, stamped envelope to The Energy Group, Warren St. -- Box 337, Little Falls, N.J., 07424 to receive a free analysis and brochure. Business cards may be faxed to 201-956-2940.
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 /CONTACT: Dr. George J. Molteni of the Energy Group, 201-942-8628/


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