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The acronym NRG is widely used on the internet. When each letter is said individually, the word "energy" is pronounced. Therefore, its association with 'energy' and/or 'Power' makes it appealing to use in a trademark or other name. When using it as a brand or trademark, an organization will find it difficult to get a high ranking in the Search Engines, because of the thousands of competitors also using that name.

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www.nrgair.com (282 words)
N.R.G has grown over the years because of its dedication to the belief that a satisfied customer is its most valuable asset.
N.R.G’s expert technicians are factory-trained and knowledgeable in the installation and service of all major brands of heating and air conditioners.
N.R.G Heating, Air Conditioning installation and services is licensed, bonded and insured and maintains a complete fleet of radio dispatched trucks to ensure fast response to calls.
NRG Policy (4842 words)
NRG reserves the right to suspend an account if the subscriber fails to comply with any agreement (including failure to pay charges due) until the breach (if capable of remedy) is remedied, or does, or allows to be done, anything that in NRGs opinion may have the affect of jeopardising the operation of the service.
NRG may take any steps necessary in order to ensure compliance with any relevant industry code of practice, notification or direction from the ABA, including removing any content (including part or all of a website) from its servers, closing your account or restricting access to a particular website.
NRG reserves the right to remove any personal web page from the Personal Web Page area where it is deemed to be commercial by nature of the volume of Internet traffic attracted to the site or by the content of the site and levy commercial traffic charges as per NRG’s commercial tariffs.
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