3 NY Businesses Install CHP Turbines from GEM Energy

3 NY Businesses Install CHP Turbines from GEM Energy

Three New York-area businesses are installing Capstone combined heating and power (CHP) turbine systems from GEM Energy: Syracuse VA Medical Center; Owens Corning’s Delmar insulation plant in Feura Bush; and Harbec’s plastics manufacturing facility in Ontario. The Syracuse VA Medical Center is installing eight natural gas-fueled … Read more…

GEM Energy Retrofits Two 100-Year-Old Toledo Buildings

GEM Energy Retrofits Two 100-Year-Old Toledo Buildings

GEM Energy has completed energy upgrades for the Toledo School for the Arts and the Toledo Club. Both buildings will turn 100 this year. The Toledo School for the Arts Completed in 55 days, the Toledo School for the Arts’ energy upgrades included replacing 1950s … Read more…

University of Toledo Data Center Saves $1,000 in Energy in 3 Weeks

University of Toledo Data Center Saves $1,000 in Energy in 3 Weeks

The University of Toledo says its “Green Data Center,” featuring the ReliaFlex Advanced Power System has been operational for three weeks and has already saved $1,000 in energy. Ohio-based GEM Energy designed, developed and commercialized the ReliaFlex system, using a $1 million loan from Ohio … Read more…

Alex Molinaroli

Energy Executive Moves: Johnson Controls, GEM, NREL, Eaton

The board of directors of Johnson Controls elected Alex Molinaroli, vice chairman, (pictured) to serve as the company’s next president and chief executive officer effective Oct. 1, at which time he will join the board of directors. Molinaroli was also elected chairman of Johnson Controls … Read more…

Hospitals Reduce Energy in Ohio, New Hampshire

Hospitals Reduce Energy in Ohio, New Hampshire

ProMedica has contracted with GEM Energy to install and integrate a combined heat and power system (CHP) using Capstone MicroTurbines, at its Wildwood, Ohio Campus near Toledo. The onsite power system will use natural gas to provide electricity and heat to the hospital. The system … Read more…

Ohio Cheese Maker Uses Dairy Waste to Generate Electricity

Ohio Cheese Maker Uses Dairy Waste to Generate Electricity

Pearl Valley Cheese, an 80-year-old, family-owned business in central Ohio, is going with a power system that runs on cheese manufacturing waste water and promises to save the company more than $40,000 per year in electricity costs. The system, custom-designed and installed by GEM Energy … Read more…

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