FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 21, 2017
Contact: Lori Porreca
A1 Energy Announces New Business Development Manager
Expertise Includes Renewable Energy and Combined Heat and Power
A1 Energy, a leading energy consulting firm based in Manheim, PA, is pleased to welcome Roni Clark as its new Business Development Manager.
Clark joined the company in September 2017. Leading the sales and development efforts of energy projects, including those focused on renewable energy and combined heat and power, he will focus on the food, agriculture, and education markets.
Clark has more than 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur and sales professional in the agricultural and energy industries. His professional background includes extensive work with aerobic digesters and CHP systems in the agricultural sector. He has earned multiple agricultural industry certifications and has served on the board of directors for the Penn State Ag Council and the PennAg Industries Association Poultry Council. He is currently a member of the Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania.
“Our entire team is excited to have Mr. Clark on board,” said Lori Porreca, President, A1 Energy. “He is one of the top talents in the industry and will be intergral to the strategic growth of our organization.”
For more information, contact Jon Porreca via email at email@example.com.
Effective November 1, 2017 incentives for the Lighting for Business Program will change to 3 cents per kWh saved, down from 5 cents per kWh saved.
Rebates for 2017 have been subscribed for the Dominion Power Non-Residential Lighting and Controls program, effective immediately. If funding becomes available and participation is re-opened, a notice will be posted the program website.
Open to PA small businesses with less than one hundred employees for energy efficiency and pollution prevention projects. Grant amount may cover up to 50% of project costs. To see if your project will qualify, Contact Us today. To learn more about the grant, check out PA Small Business Advantage Grant.
Effective July 1, 2017 the incentive for the PPL Direct Discount Program has increased from $0.10/kWh saved to $0.13/kWh saved. PPL small business customers customers who are in the GS-1 or GS-3 rate code and who use less than 300,000 kWh annually are eligible for this program. Qualifying measures include LED Lighting, controls, compressed air, and refrigeration
The West Virginia Lighting for Business Program is now accepting new applications for eligible lighting equipment for commercial projects in Mon Power and Potomac Edison utility territories.
The Non-Reidential Energy Audit Program has closed effective 12/24/2016. For additional information visit Dominion VA Power website.
Small to Medium sized PPL Electric customers may participate in the Direct Discount program starting in 2017. Customers using 150,000 annual kWh or less may qualify for this increased incentive program. Contact Us to learn more about this great program.
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Effective June 14, 2016, the Lighting for Business Program has been fully committed and has stopped pre--approving new applications. For additional information please contact us.
As of June 1, 2016 funding in the Energy Solutions for Business - Prescriptive program has been committed. This covers projects such as lighting, HVAC, food service/commercial kitchens, etc. Please stay tuned as will will post if additional funding becomes available.
The bonus is for Government, Non-Profit, and Institutional customers in Met-Ed service territory who submit a pre-application by February 29, 2106. For additional info, click here.
New pre-applications for PECO smart ideas program may qualify for an additional 20% rebate capped at $1,000. Contact Us today to qualify your project.
Effective July 13, 2015 measures for Non-Residential lighting systems and controls program has been updated. Click HERE to see current incentive levels.
Through March 2015, the program participation level has been high resulting in customers saving more $423 million dollars. To conserve budgets the incentive levels have been reduced by 20%. This should allow for any customer interested in energy efficiency upgrades and retrofits to take part in the program. Contact Us to qualify your project today.
Funding for Phase II, which ends May 31, 2016, has been committed for all non-residential rebate programs. Effective immediately, any new pre-application for Fixed and Custom rebates for all non-residential rebate programs will be placed on a wait list. Same goes for new participation agreements with the Direct Discount Program.
Bonus rebates for K-12, university and college customers in Med-Ed have been extended till May 31.
Includes a tour of Highwood USA to showcase LED demo fixtures for different applications.This workshop will present the facts so you can determine if an LED retrofit can create value for your business. Valuable information will be presented to provide practical hands-on training and create networking opportunities.This event is co-sponsored by A1 Energy, The Sustainable Energy Fund and the Manufacturers Resource Center. Seating is very limited. Please register early to assure a seat.
January 30, 2015 11:30 am – 1:00 pm(includes lunch)
Location:Highwood USA 87 Tide Road Tamaqua, PA 18252
Effective January 1, 2015, incentive requirements for indoor T8 linear LED tubes now require an integrated driver and be operable through an ELECTRONIC ballast to be eligible for an incentive from PECO.
First Energy PA utilities now offer rebate programs for PC power management, building systems, and compressed air. To learn more visit the First Energy PA website.
Just released, the PPL E-Power program now includes specialty programs for Municipal Energy Savings, LED Lighting, Data Centers, and Energy Culture. Click here to learn more about these exciting new programs.
Rebates are awarded for electricity savings demonstrated to improve whole-building systems energy performance including new construction projects, renovation projects, whole buildings shell improvements or the installation of new systems. For examples of qualifying project please click here.
Open to PA small businesses with less than one hundred employees for energy efficiency and pollution prevention projects. Grant amount may cover up to 50% of project costs. To see if your project will qualify, Contact Us today.
We are now a participating contractor with the Dominion Virginia Power Energy Efficiency Program. Click here to learn more.
Effective July 1, 2014 a bonus rebate will be available for commercial & industrial applications as well as government, non-profit, and institutional applications.
Some measures within the Potomac Edison rebate program will change effective July 1, 2014. These measures are to include LED lighting, HVAC, and refrigeration. Contact Us to learn more and qualify your project for PE utility rebates.
Beginning June 1, 2014, pre-qualification will be required for all Fixed Rebate and Custom projects. A pre-qualification application must be submitted and approved before the customer purchases equipment and materials. By submitting a pre-qualification application, customers will be assured that their project qualifies for rebates and that funds are reserved before purchasing equipment.
Also effective June 1, 2014, the following installed measures will no longer be eligible for rebates:
Kreider Farms said Monday it will spend $2 million to install solar panels on the roofs of its four Manheim chicken houses. Set to begin this month in conjunction with Earth Day on April 22, the project is slated to be complete by mid-summer.
Kreider Farms has hired MBC Development of Schuylkill Haven and A1 Energy of Manheim to do the work.
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Effective March 1, 2014, the program is offering commercial customers new cash back incentives to retrofit existing fluorescent lighting with LED fixtures. Click here, for additional info.
The PA Small Business Advantage Grant application deadline extended until October 8, 2013. For additional details click here.
Just in, the DEP announced that the Energy Efficiency, Pollution Prevention Grant is now OPEN to PA Small Businesses. Grant deadline is September 6, 2013. Contact Us for additional details and to qualify your project.
Potomac Edison will be conducting their annual customer workshops in Frederick, Hagerstown, and Cumberland. Join A1 Energy in attending, and learn about this years program. For additional info, and to register for the events click here.
For updates to the high-efficiency lighting incentives program for Potomac Edison, click here.
May 10, 2013 is the deadline for PPL Direct Discount applications and all project must be complete by May 31, 2013, for Phase 1 ACT 129 incentives. The Direct Discount Program will continue on in Phase 2 of ACT 129 effective June 1, 2013.
Our consultants will be attending Lightfair International and will be out of the office all day. Click here for more info about Lightfair
Bonus Incentives for lighting projects extended to February 28, 2013 for Penn Power and West Penn Power customers. Contact Us for additional details.
The bonus incentive for Non-Standard Lighting and Custom applications has been extended through Jan 31.
Join us at one of these FREE events to learn more about utility incentives and the latest energy-efficient technologies. We will also provide incentive application assistance. Workshops will be held on Tuesday Nov 13 in Frederick County, Wednesday Nov 14 in Washington County, and Thursday Nov 15 in Allegany County. Please visitwww.energysavemd.com for event details.
Our new division, A1 Recycle, offers a customizable solution for your facilities universal waste. Check us out at www.a1recycle.net
For a free, no-obligation facility assessment to identify potential energy efficiency project opportunities contact us.
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The 20% Rebate Bonus for business customers in the GS1 and GS3 rate class who use more than 400,000 annual kWh has been extended till March 31, 2013. Contact Us for additional details.
President Barack Obama issued an executive order on Aug. 30 to accelerate investments in industrial energy efficiency, including a national goal of 40 MW combined heat and power (CHP) over the next decade.
For a limited time First Energy customers in Penn Power and West Penn Power may receive a bonus incentive of $0.03/kWh in addition to the current $0.05/kWh saved for qualifying projects. To learn more contact us now.
To learn more and verify you qualify for these NEW programs, Contact Us NOW!
See the Article from the Frederick News-Post here
For a limited time First Energy customers may receive a bonus incentive of $0.03/kWh in addition to the current $0.05/kWh saved for qualifying projects. To learn more contact us now.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
12:00 P.M. Noon - 1:00 P.M. Eastern
Special Guest Speaker: Lori Porreca of A1 Energy
Learn about the various outdoor lighting options available, including induction lighting, that can significantly reduce your energy costs.
First Energy customers are encouraged to visit us at the March 20th seminar in Reading, Pa and on March 22nd in York, PA.
PPL is currently offering a limited time incentive for business customers
As of July 1,2010 magnetic ballasts most commonly used for the operation of T12 lamps will no longer be produced for commercial and industrial operations. What's next? Effective July 14, 2012, production of most T12 fluorescent lamps will be phased out.
What does this mean for me?
Contact Us today and learn how to upgrade your lighting system to be energy efficient
On December 8, 2011, Mount Joy Wire Corporation officially commissioned the new Combined Heat and Power (CHP) System with a special ribbon cutting ceremony and plant tour attended by a variety of business leaders and state and local dignitaries.
The CHP is a natural gas fueled generator that will ultimately produce as much as half the electricity needed to power the specialty wire manufacturing facility while using residual heat to help supply the facility’s steam and hot water needs. $1.3 million of the system’s $1.7 million cost was paid for by a Green Energy Works grant, through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the PA DEP.
“The event was a great success, and we are excited to have the CHP up and running to help us meet increased demand for Mount Joy Wire products,” states Tom Duff, President and CEO. “We want to extend a special thank you to the people who made all of this possible, especially A1 Energy, Borton Lawson Engineering, and Northeast Energy Systems.”
Mount Joy Wire Corporation President and CEO Tom Duff (center) prepares to cut the ribbon on the company’s new CHP System, flanked by CFO Scott Badger (left) and Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry President Tom Baldridge (right).
A1 Energy will be at the Greater Philadelphia Building & Facility Maintenance Show on November 9th & 10th at the Philadelphia Expo Center Oaks, PA.
Click here for details and event location.
The PUC has approved a wait list procedure for new applications to the PECO Smart Equipment Incentives and PECO Smart Construction Incentives programs. For more information on how this effects you contact us.
Receive 50% of total project costs up to $7,500. To see if your project qualifies and to apply for funding contact us.
State and Utility subsidies help A1 Energy secure over $700,000 in grants and rebates for it's clients in 2010.
We are now located at 2730 Shenck Rd. Manheim, PA 17545. Our contact information will remain the same.