NetworkNewsBreaks – Zenergy Brands Inc. (ZNGY) Publishes Year Long Case Study from First Zero Cost Customer

Next-generation energy utility company Zenergy Brands (OTC: ZNGY) this morning announced release of a year long Zero Cost Customer Case Study of a real-estate investor with holdings in convenient stores, gas stations, laundromats and restaurants. The study is based on data gathered from the very first Zero Cost Program agreement, entered into and installed during the fourth quarter of 2017, and encompasses data analysis for all of 2018. Zenergy has, for the sake of simplicity, narrowed the published results to two locations with a comparison of electricity usage between the benchmark time period, the actual usage during 2018 and the forecasted usage per the Zero Cost agreement shown daily and by calendar month. “Perhaps the most impressive aspect of our Case Study results is the improvement in load factor during peak months,” Zenergy CEO Alex Rodriguez said in the news release. “For electricity markets like ERCOT, wherein transmission and distribution rates are structured similarly, this presents a great value proposition for the local distribution utility and the customer alike above and beyond the mere reduction of kilowatt-hours.”

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About Zenergy Brands, Inc.

Zenergy Brands is a next-generation energy and technology company operating in the emerging smart energy/utility industry. The company provides energy conservation, smart controls, and efficiency-based products and services as a fully integrated energy company. Zenergy is a public company, fully reporting to the SEC and currently trading. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.WhatIsZenergy.com and follow the company on the following social networks: Facebook: Zenergy Brands, Twitter: @ZenergyBrands and Instagram: @WhatIsZenergy.

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