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Canadian Energy(TM) Opens New Location in Regina

CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/16/14 -- Canadian Energy(TM) opens a new location in Regina, Saskatchewan in time for the busy summer season.

"We're excited by this great opportunity for Canadian Energy(TM) to expand its sales and service network into Regina. We have had our eye on Regina for sometime now and because of their robust economy we felt it was an ideal time to open up another warehouse. We look forward to bringing our excellent service and widest selection of batteries, battery accessories and full-line of solar products to the Regina market," said Mark Sauer, operator of the Canadian Energy Regina branch.

The Regina location has the ability to test your battery and/or install batteries, starters, and alternators in just about any of your automotive or commercial vehicles. They also offer solar solution installs for recreational vehicles, off-grid, and grid-tied applications.

"I know I speak for everyone at CE when I say we are really excited about our new branch in Regina and the opportunity to provide even better and more local service and support to one of Canada's fastest-growing cities in both population and GDP," said Craig Ballard, Canadian Energy CEO.

Ballard continued, "We look forward to being a bigger part of the continued success of Regina for many years to come and earning the trust and support of the community one customer at a time."

The new location, co-operated by Mark and Kevin Sauer, is located at 601 Henderson Drive in Regina, Saskatchewan. The brothers also currently operate three other western locations in Saskatoon, Medicine Hat and Lethbridge.

About Canadian Energy

With over 60 years of industry experience, Canadian Energy is the 100% Canadian owned and operated leader in design, manufacturing, and sales of stored energy and renewable energy solutions in Canada.

They are one of the fastest growing companies in Canada and to stay on top, continue to make substantial investments in infrastructure, leading technologies, and products to keep pace with the dynamic renewable energy market. Their national distribution network of over twenty one-stop-shop warehouse locations, provide customers with the products they need, expertise they can rely on, and responsive & reliable distribution from coast to coast.

Canadian Energy is the exclusive master distributer of Schneider Electric Conext SW, Conext XW, Conext, ComBox, Conext MPPT Solar Charge Controllers and Battery based balance of systems, DOW Powerhouse Solar Shingles and Xantrex mobile inverters and accessories, in Canada.

For more information, please visit www.cdnrg.com.

For more information about Schneider Electric visit www.CDNRG.com/schneider, DOW POWERHOUSE visit www.CDNRG.com/powerhouse, Xantrex visit www.CDNRG.com/xantrex and Discover Energy visit www.CDNRG.com/discover. You can also follow Canadian Energy(TM) on Facebook (www.facebook.com/CanadianEnergy), Twitter (@Canadian_Energy), Instagram (Canadian_Energy) and via YouTube (CDNRG).

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