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SinglePoint Inc. Subsidiary, Direct Solar America, Announces Rebranding and Launch of New Corporate Website

SinglePoint Inc. subsidiary Direct Solar America, announced its rebranding and launch of new corporate website. Over the past five months, Direct Solar America has worked diligently to implement new processes and rebuild the brand and reputation of the business. As a result, Direct Solar America has reaffirmed its commitment to customers and refreshed its branding and website to reflect these initiatives.

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“This is a step in the right direction for Direct Solar America. A key piece we have been missing is a consumer-centric site that conveyed our goal to potential customers. The company is implementing improved processes and rebuilding perception to successfully scale in its strategy. The business proposition of Direct Solar America is promising and has proven to be successful. This rebrand and new website launch will help drive new customers and be an asset to lower customer acquisition costs as it is a tool designed to educate and deliver on our promise of a premium customer experience,” commented Wil Ralston, CEO of SinglePoint.

The refreshed look and focus for Direct Solar America coupled with the existing asset, Energy Wyze, and SinglePoint’s pending acquisition of Boston Solar sets the stage for the Company to be fully integrated into the solar market. As part of SinglePoint’s ongoing strategic review the Company will continue to build onto or add new differentiated offerings within the renewable energy space. Bringing varying aspects of the solar process under one umbrella allows SinglePoint to control the customer experience from lead to installation ensuring the best experience and unmatched customer service.

The United States has enough usable rooftop space to deploy an amount of solar equal to its current nationwide generation levels according to a research report by Ireland’s University of Cork. There are over 100 million people that would benefit from going solar in the US alone. With heavy tailwinds in the renewable energy sector the 2020s look to be the Solar+ decade.

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