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EAG at Pacific Agriculture Summit

The Energy Alliance Group of North America has been selected to present its TotalGrow plant grow light technology at the 2014 Pacific Agriculture Innovation Summit and Showcase being held in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 15-16. Read more. 

Don't miss the Michigan Energy Efficiency Expo and Capital Day, on Wednesday, Sept. 17 at the Capitol Building in Lansing from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. EAG of Michigan is sponsoring the Expo and will exhibit there. Here's the full story.


The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan recently became a member of the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce as another way to connect with other local business leaders on the western side of the state. Curt Monhart, EAG's vice president of sales and marketing, is taking the lead with EAG's membership in the Grand Rapids chamber. 


Energy Alliance Group of Michigan and its partner Air Technologies recently completed one project together and are working on a new project, upgrading air compression systems at six plants operated by Ground Effects LLC in the United States by Ground Effects. Read about that partnership here. 
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PACE = Energy Upgrades 
+ Positive Cash Flow

     It's time that Michigan business and industry leaders learn a new acronym - PACE - for Property Assessed Clean Energy, an energy finance program that helps qualifying businesses increase energy efficiency and create a positive cash flow from day one.

    The Energy Alliance Group (EAG) of Michigan, with offices in Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids, can help companies navigate the entire process, from start to energy-saving finish. EAG is committed to reducing costs and improving profits through green technologies and services.

   "PACE is a great finance program that makes it affordable for existing businesses to make energy-efficient renovations and save money. It's just win-win, all the way around. We need to get the word out, so companies can take advantage of this," says Scott Ringlein, CEO of EAG of Michigan.

  Two PACE programs are active in Michigan - a large statewide program called Lean and Green Michigan, a private-public partnership leveraging a market-based approach to finance, and a smaller program created by the city of Ann Arbor.  Learn more!

Andy Levin, left, Lean and Green Michigan, and EAG's Scott Ringlein talk to participants at an energy conference this spring. Ringlein recently met with a business owner in Detroit who is considering a total energy revamp utilizing mostly PACE financing. Learn more about that here.
Clients see unintended, positive benefits of energy efficiency

   Rising energy use and costs are reducing company profitability. Our client's primary goal when they engage the Energy Alliance Group of Michigan is often to simply reduce their energy expense. 

   In many cases we are able to do that in such a significant way that the cost of the upgrades are paid for out of the money saved from the reduced energy use. 

  What they don't expect to receive are the following valuable consequence that some of our clients have received on recent projects. Click here to read more.


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The Energy Alliance Group (EAG) is an energy solutions and cost recovery company providing energy-saving products, technologies and services. 


EAG's clients are assured the greatest energy savings and maximum return on investments by being guided through the complexity of technology and service choices, utility and tax incentives and project financing alternatives.