NetworkNewsBreaks – Zenergy Brands, Inc. (ZNGY) Highlights Recent Performance of Flagship Zero Cost Program

Next-generation energy and technology company Zenergy Brands, Inc. (OTC: ZNGY) this morning announced that its flagship service offering, the Zero Cost Program, continues to gain traction in the marketplace. This update follows the company’s June entry into seven-year Zero Cost services agreements with customers in the private sector, with aggregate contract values exceeding $1 million. As noted, one of the agreements is with U.S.-based bitcoin mining firm BitPlus, Ltd., which is leveraging an innovative energy sourcing strategy encompassing a micro-grid approach to gain a unique competitive advantage in the bitcoin mining industry. “We were honored to have been chosen by BitPlus as their energy solutions provider; and moreover, we are excited about the growth potential associated with being a key vendor for this fast-growing bitcoin mining company,” Alex Rodriguez, CEO of Zenergy, stated in the news release. “We are hopeful that this will be the first of many to come.”

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About Zenergy Brands, Inc.

Zenergy Brands, Inc. 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. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ZenergyBrands.com

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