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EAG was featured in Concentrate

as a growing Michigan company. Here's what they had to say: "Revenue at Energy Alliance Group of Michigan made a big leap forward in its first year. The Ann Arbor-based sustainability company launched early last year with $50,000 in revenue booked. Today it clocks more than $1 million in sales." 

   Read the entire Concentrate article.

EAG recently signed an agreement with a Michigan solar company, Srinergy, to expand its client services to include solar power! Read the full story here.

 

Ground Effects LLC, an EAG client, was able to benefit from the creative minds of University of Michigan engineering students, who worked on possible solutions to some EAG waste management issues. Learn more about this unique partnership between U-M, EAG and Ground Effects, a multi-faceted supplier of quality interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry.

 

Energy Alliance Group of Michigan and its partner Air Technologies recently were sourced to upgrade air compression systems at six plants operated in the United States by Ground Effects.
  Ground Effects operates plants in Warren, MI, Wentzville, MO, San Antonio, TX, Louisville, KY and Fort Wayne, IN. 
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EAG supports MSU golf outing
Tom Izzo and Curt Monhart
MSU's Tom Izzo & EAG's Curt Monhart
It's "Go Green, Go White" for the Energy Alliance Group of Michigan (EAG) as it joins other supporters and participants in the 16th Annual Steve Smith Charity Challenge, a June 30 golf outing in sponsored by the West Michigan Spartans.
 

The event, at the Egypt Valley Country Club in Ada near Grand Rapids, is a major fund-raiser for the West Michigan Spartans, benefitting Michigan State University, the Grand Rapids Student Advancement Foundation, MSU College of Human Medicine and the Steve Smith/MSU Scholarship.


EAG principals are happy to participate in the golf outing, which benefits several charities (Read more).

PACE finance may be the answer

"The idea of PACE is to broker long term financing so business property owners can undertake energy improvements profitably. That makes their business more efficient and they gain positive cash flow to plow back into their operation."

 

Andy Levin, Lean and Green Michigan

 

Andy Levin made a presentation in Kent County in June and discussed the energy challenges facing business leaders.

 

EAG Vice President Curt Monhart was able to spend some time with Andy as he highlighted the ability of the Property Assessed Clean Energy program (PACE) to make Kent County businesses more energy efficient and more profitable. Learn more about PACE and the Kent County meeting.  

 

Perry is brighter thanks to EAG
Perry, MI logo The downtown area of Perry, MI is brighter these days thanks to new induction street lighting provided by the Energy Alliance Group of Michigan and American Green Technology. 

City leaders are enjoying lower utility bills and easier maintenance, as it's estimated the new lighting will cost about $6,000 less to operate each year, with maintenance time and expense also cut significantly.  Learn more now.
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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.