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Innovation | energy: efficient products website

Innovation | energy: efficient products website

There is an extensive list of products available to reduce the electric power consumption.

However, the customers need to know what they are looking for. And this constraint, limits the size for this market.

My proposal is to create virtual stores designed by type of applications and that help potential customers to discover what makes sense for their cases.

It is a win-win model. The store thus designed could become a solid business and the customer will have the possibility to capture good savings with the purchase of energy efficient products.

If you would like to explore this idea, feel free to reach out.

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Thank Rafael for the Post!

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