Alternative Energy Partners (OTCBB:AEGY), is proud to announce that Xnergy, the California-based Energy Services Company, construction and engineering firm, has been selected by the Indian Health Council to engineer, install and commission a ground mounted solar photovoltaic system (“PV system”).
Earlier this week, Alternative Energy Partners (“AEGY”) announced that it had completed the acquisition of Xnergy (www.xnergy.com), which specializes in providing complete turn-key energy conservation design-build and maintenance solutions for a number of high-profile industries. Drawing from over 20 years of construction experience, Xnergy provides a single source for project management, execution, and maintenance of energy and green-building projects, and is at the forefront of the sustainability and green-build movement.
Subsequent to that announcement, D. Jason Davis, President and CEO of Xnergy, has been appointed to the posts of President and CEO of AEGY; Xnergy Vice President and COO Joseph Patalano will serve as Executive Vice President and COO of AEGY. The duo co-founded Xnergy in 2001, leading the organization to grow as well as win a number of prestigious awards including the “Excellence in Construction” award from the Associated Builders & Contractors (www.abc.org).
The PV system for the Indian Health Council is the latest addition to Xnergy’s portfolio of over 80 MW of alternative energy projects.
Joey Patalano, VP of Xnergy, says, “Xnergy is honored to be selected by the Indian Health Council to help achieve their vision of sustainability, clean energy generation, and effective spending, by installing a solar-efficient system. This collaboration validates Xnergy’s efforts to grow the quality of our presence in the solar voltaic market, and we look forward to supporting IHC’s commitment to the community as we do so.”
The system Xnergy is providing is grid-connected, utilizing 200 Siliken 230 watt modules, a Zilla Racking system, and Sunny Tower inverters. The system will produce approximately 76,596 kWh annually and will save the customer thousands of dollars per year. IHC’s reduction of gas emission is equivalent to 10.5 passenger cars annually. In addition to energy savings, all major components to the system are manufactured in the U.S.A in effort to bring jobs and revenue to American companies.
Indian Health Council, Inc. (www.indianhealth.com) is a consortium of nine tribes dedicated to the continual betterment of Indian Health, wholeness, and well-being. It provides a full spectrum of on-site and outreach services and programs to several North San Diego County reservations. The project is scheduled for completion later this year.