Two principals of The Energy Group of North America and three EAG alliance partners will take center stage Sunday, Aug. 30 on the EmeraldPlanet’s weekly television program, discussing “Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Funding: Expanding Renewable Energy and Water Efficiency Projects While Reducing Environmental Impacts.”
Scott Ringlein, CEO, and Curt Monhart, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, with EAG of North America, will appear as will Prasad Gullapalli, Founder & President, Srinergy Solar Energy Solutions; Terry Judge, CEO, Core Solutions Group, LLC; and Kevin P. Moyer, Chief Investment Officer, PACE Equity.
The five guests will focus on the four cores of The Energy Alliance Group’s approach to business, providing services, incentives, financing and technology options to its clients. This is the second time EmeraldPlanet has asked The Energy Alliance Group to be on its program. The first was in May, when the program focus was on the city of Detroit.
“Yours are mighty efforts which can help reduce energy and water consumption while providing alternative funding for energy and water efficiency upgrades. There are many interesting ideas and important projects being created by each of your organizations, which are of interest to our domestic and international audience, said EmeraldPlanet host Dr. Samuel L. Hancock.
EmeraldPlanet’s 2015 program year is focusing on the impacts of innovative projects by national and internationally reknown organizations. The interaction between advanced research, discovery, and lessons learned is of interest to our domestic and international audiences.
The EmeraldPlanet weekly television programs, produced by EmeraldPlanet International Foundation in its Washington DC studio, are broadcast and distributed via public access Channel 10 TV in Fairfax, Virginia.
The programs are currently available in all countries and territories around the world. The foundation seeks to identify 1,000 “best practices” as they pertain to the environment and the promotion of alternative energy sources.
The Energy Alliance Group of Michigan is an energy solutions company and utilizes and promotes many of these best practices. EAG also is leading Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) project development in Michigan.
EAG works with owners of commercial and industrial buildings to plan and implement holistic and comprehensive energy efficiency improvements. With this holistic approach, EAG can offer its clients solutions that may not have been considered due to lack of capital or long payback periods.
The EmeraldPlanet International Foundation is a non-profit organization, founded in 1973, with headquarters and television production studios in Washington D.C. The foundation’s leadership and associated experts work with research institutions, businesses, governments, universities, healthcare providers, clean water advocates, and non-governmental and community-based organizations with the common goal of arresting, and possibly reversing the ravages of climate change.