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    We’re passionate about your business

    Eco-Leads is an online solar lead generation company serving solar businesses across the country. Located in San Francisco, Eco-Leads was created, and is run by the green team at Oōtem Advertising. Ootem is an award-winning, independent, full-service advertising agency with decades of experience generating quality leads for national brands, including Quicken Loans, eHarmony, Trend Micro, and Capital One, among others.

    Our passion for, and experience in, this vertical inspired us to create Eco-Leads. Let our experience work for you.

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    To find out more about us, visit www.ootem.com


    To find out how we can start generating leads for your business, please fill out the contact form today.

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    The Eco-Leads difference is our unique, proven approach that seeks and attracts quality consumers through reputable well-lit publications.

    We recycle paper and plastic, but we never recycle leads! Eco-Leads will never buy leads from third parties. We are an original solar lead source.

    How it works

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    Each of the leads you receive will include the following consumer information:

    • First and last name
    • Email
    • Phone number
    • Address
    • City, State and Zip code
    • What is the lead’s current average monthly electric bill?
    • Residential Solar or Multifamily Solar?
    • Commercial Solar for Own or Rent?

    Solar Leads are delivered on an exclusive or shared basis

    Exclusive Leads: These leads are only sent to your business
    Shared Leads: These leads are sent to up to three businesses

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    Discover an original solar lead source

    Eco-Leads delivers high-quality commercial and residential solar leads to help your business grow. From our background working with solar companies-large and small-we know that lead generation is a consistent challenge. The Eco-Leads team draws on passion, experience, and the latest technologies to attract original, quality solar leads, and deliver them directly to you. Partner with Eco-leads, and discover an original solar lead source.

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    To get the conversation started, please complete the contact form to the right. We will get in touch with you within the next business day to find out more about your business, the number and the types of leads you would like to receive, and to answer any questions you may have.

    We look forward to working with you!

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    A new report finds that the solar industry employs a higher than average rate of veterans, a group often faced with high unemployment.

    The findings show that as of November 2013, America’s solar industry has grown by 500 percent since 2008, providing more than 13,000 veterans with job opportunities.

    Almost ten percent of all solar workers are veterans, which is promising considering over 15 percent of veterans aged 18-24 are currently unemployed.

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    Rumor has it that Apple is developing a solar-powered wristwatch, according to a New York Times report. That’s based on comments from insiders and former employees, and the fact that Apple recently posted a job advertisement seeking an engineer specializing in solar and has poached employees from battery tech companies like Tesla.

    While smartphone and portable computer technology has been advancing in leaps and bounds, battery technology has lagged. According to the Times, that’s because the safety of “experimental” batteries is not totally clear – and also because most currently popular devices, like cell phones, do not actually see enough sun as they are usually carried in pockets.

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    New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, host to the recent Super Bowl clash between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks, is a shining example of how solar is hitting the mainstream. The ring atop the stadium, made of LED light bulbs, is powered by 1,350 building integrated PV panels installed by NRG Solar in 2012. The 314 kW system can generate 350,000 kW hours of electricity, equivalent to taking 53 cars off the road each year.