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EAG News Updates
The Roostertail in Detroit

Working with Roostertail, Detroit

  The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan has entered into a contract with the renowned Roostertail in Detroit, to begin planning a major energy upgrade to the famous facility. Learn more by clicking here or on the photo above.


The Inn at Bay Harbor

Petoskey Inn Looking to Upgrade

  The Inn at Bay Harbor, a beautiful Renaissance Golf Resort on Lake Michigan, has started looking at a major energy efficiency overhaul, with hopes of securing PACE financing for the project. Click  here or on the photo above for more information.

EAG Team Keeps on Growing!

  We'd like to welcome our newest EAG of Michigan team members:

Dale Benish, Director of Business Development; Peggy Brandenberg, Corporate Administrative Director: and Peter Vissar, Account Manger. Learn more about them here. We're happy to have Dale, Peggy and Peter working with us!

EAG Helps School with Wind Turbine

  The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan is working with West Bloomfield High School, assisting with the installation of a wind turbine that was donated to the school. 
  EAG contacted one of its alliance partners, Dynalectric Michigan, which agreed to work with students to install the turbine. Students will monitor energy production once the turbine is up and spinning later this spring.

Energy Alliance Group of Ohio?
  The Energy Alliance Group of North America, the parent organization of The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan, is investigating the possibility of expanding into the neighboring state of Ohio. More to come on that as the planning process continues.

Order EAG 'Ten Questions' Report
You may order a free electronic copy of The Energy Alliance Group's report, "Ten Questions to Ask BEFORE An Energy Efficiency Update."
 Feel free to share with customers or clients! 
To receive your free co py, click here or click the report cover image.
Attend April 23 'Keeping
PACE' event in Lansing
From top, Andy Levin, Scott Ringlein, Curt Monhart & Terry Judge.
 Looking to upgrade your facilities but concerned about the expense,  lack of capital and lengthy return-on-investment? 

 Join us for this panel discussion on how to overcome these barriers and achieve an immediate improvement in cash flow through Michigan's PACE program, tax credits, incentives, utility choice programs and new energy efficient technologies.

 We presented this in December to more than 70 appreciative attendees in Troy! Don't miss out on information that could help your business and/or your clients. Seating is limited at the event, so register now!


Thursday, April 23 from 3-6 p.m.

Lansing Community College, West Campus

5708 Cornerstone Dr, Lansing, MI 48917

  • 3-3:30 p.m. Event Registration & Networking
  • 3:30-5 p.m. Panel discussion, Q & A
  • 5-6 p.m.      Networking Reception 

   The panel, moderated by Scott Ringlein, CEO of The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan, includes::

  • Andy LevinPresident of Levin Energy Partners LLC and Lean and Green MichiganPACE finance district;
  • Terry Judge, CEO & Founder of CORE Solutions Group, The Cost Recovery Experts
  • Curt Monhart, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan.

  You also may download a flyer on the event here. And there's a news story on the EAG website -- read that by clicking here!
Are you reading EAG blogs?
   If not, you just might want to start. Kerry Kilpatrick, EAG Corporate Social Media Director, searches near and far to bring interesting and relevant information to his readers. 
For example, since March blog posts include:

Kerry Kilpatrick

The Four Components of Successful Energy Efficiency Renovations;


Sustainability Event Highlights the Appeal of PACE;


Who Makes the Decision to Save Energy at Your Company?


PACE Funds Green Renovations.


   We're very proud of the work that Kerry's doing for The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan and wouldn't want you to miss out on his research and insight. 
   While you're there, subscribe to the blog to get an update any of Kerry's new postings!
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