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WinWholesale Opens Company Focused on Renewable Energy
June 3, 2008
WinWholesale, Dayton, OH, has opened the first renewable energy resources company in the Win Group of Companies. The company -Framingham Winsupply Company, Holliston, MA -will focus on the renewable energy market by providing contractors with photovoltaic, solar thermal, geothermal and wind turbine products for residential and commercial use.
The products provide electricity and domestic hot water, as well as heating and air conditioning. Framingham Winsupply serves Boston and the Greater MetroWest area, Cape Cod and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.
In addition to products, parts and accessories, Framingham Winsupply provides consultation services and training in partnership with Greenfield Community College at the company's Holliston training center. Participants learn the benefits of renewable energy systems and how to sell, install and service the products to increase their current business. Framingham Winsupply customers are typically electrical, plumbing, and heating, ventilation and air conditioning contractors.
There are 469 WinWholesale locations across the U.S. and more than 100 Noland Company branches, mainly in the southeast. Noland Company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of WinWholesale.