Historically, McKenzie Bay has been most recently linked to a wind turbine. As MKBY transitions to the new CGE Energy, the old focus on just the wind turbine technology will transition into new diversified energy solutions.
The Vice President said that the current energy sector has “created a moment of energy opportunity that hasn’t existed. Progress is possible and it’s possible to begin now – not a decade from now, but now.”
Today CGE Energy announced over 100% growth in their R.A.M.P. Lighting Maintenance program in 2014. The energy solutions provider now covers over 19,000,000 square feet of commercial facilities in the Midwest.
CGE will increase their staff by 50% and their field representatives by 200% in 2015. In the previous 90 days, the company has already added on five fulltime employees to match their growth.
CGE Energy announced today that Jeremy Kammer has joined their energy services company as a lead energy engineer to further develop CGE’s utility rebate programs.