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We look forward to increasing awareness of the important clean technologies and energy saving products provided by National Energy Service Company," said Kelly Black, CEO, Premier Media Services.
That lack of knowledge or feeling of apprehension has meant residents and businesses have missed opportunities to take advantage of value-added services and other benefits available to them when switching to an energy service company (ESCO).
Essential Innovations Technology (OTCBB:ESIV), provider of cutting-edge Geoexchange solutions for residential, commercial and industrial applications as both a Geoexchange energy service company and as a manufacturer/distributor of proprietary geothermal heat pump technology, has been invited to present at Friedland Investment Events' upcoming Alternative Energy 2006 Conference.
The Cincinnati-based energy service company was recognized by the state for energy projects at Ohio University's Athens, Ohio, campus and at the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority in Hamilton County, Ohio.
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Vestar, an energy service company specializing in facility and infrastructure solutions, will soon begin making the energy-saving improvements at 500 public housing sites in the cities of Keene and Somersworth.
As an energy service company specializing in conservation solutions through the appropriate application of energy-related technology, Vestar has assisted numerous municipalities by providing solution implementation for energy efficiency.
Vestar, an energy service company specializing in facility and infrastructure solutions, completed similar projects for the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) and is currently engaged in a similar project for the LaSalle County Housing Authority in Illinois.