CGE Energy Hires Energy Engineer to Support Growing Service NeedPosted on in News
BRIGHTON, MI – CGE Energy (CGE) announced today that Jeremy Kammer has joined their energy services company as a lead energy engineer to further develop CGE’s utility rebate programs.
Kammer comes with a wealth of experience within the industry, having spent the last five years at Franklin Energy where he was the technical lead in developing comprehensive utility pilot programs with a focus on multi-family buildings. As part of the CGE Energy team, Kammer will continue his success in those areas.
“I am excited to start a new challenge with CGE, and I look forward to working with the team to assist in their unique energy programs and services,” said Kammer. “I am fortunate enough to be part of a forward-thinking company that prides itself in integrity and making the world a better place.”
Bryan Zaplitny, President of CGE said “Jeremy’s experience and industry knowledge has already made him a key addition to CGE Energy. Jeremy has a strong work ethic and thoroughly shares our vision. He is developing large-scale programs that work well for both CGE and our customers, and he is an expert at making these programs easy for the customer to implement.”
Kammer is a Licensed Professional Engineer and also has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Kettering University. He lives with his wife and three children in Okemos, Michigan.
Contact: Paul Schneider 248-446-1344, firstname.lastname@example.org
CGE Energy is an energy solutions provider headquartered in Brighton, Michigan. For more than 20 years, the company has provided energy optimization services and is now offering Power Purchase Agreements. Today the company serves customers in the U.S. and abroad, using energy efficient technologies that include Cree LED lighting and wind and solar generation. CGE is merging with publicly traded McKenzie Bay International (MKBY:OTCPink) on January 31st, 2015. http://www.cgeenergy.com
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