Energy Systems Group (ESG), an award-winning energy services provider, specializes in developing sustainable energy solutions which allow building owners to maximize their energy efficiency and operational performance, while reducing their carbon footprint.
Since 1994, the development of long-lasting and trusting relationships continues to be the foundation of our business. Through its core business of performance contracting and its extensive network of utility partnerships, ESG provides innovative solutions for the modernization of buildings and energy infrastructures in the government, education, healthcare and commercial sectors. ESG also designs, builds and operates landfill gas facilities and cogeneration plants and offers a full range of waste-to-energy, solar, wind, and geothermal technology solutions.
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City of Hollywood, Florida
In Hollywood we are constantly pursuing opportunities to adopt innovative and environmentally friendly practices. This project shows how solar and wind power can be used in a very practical way to reduce traditional power consumption and save money.”
Hollywood Mayor Peter Bober on the Hollywood Green S.W.E.E.P. project implemented by ESG.
City of Covington, Kentucky
ESG has both the resources and technical abilities to provide the highest level of success possible for any energy savings project for municipalities regardless of the size. They will exceed the expectation of their clients and educate the entire group of stakeholders throughout the process. They are truly a pleasure to work with.”
Thomas H. Logan, P.E.
Director of Public Improvements/City Engineer
Hancock County, Ohio
Hancock County has been very pleased with the work that Energy Systems Group performed at our buildings to improve energy and operational efficiency. The lighting, building automation controls, water conservation and HVAC improvements have significantly improved the working environment within our buildings.”
Edward D. Ingold
Chairman of Hancock County Commissioners
Parnall Correctional Facility
Performance contracts may be one way to revolutionize how we manage our buildings in Michigan. By leveraging private sector expertise, which is able to guarantee savings, we should be able to make our buildings more efficient without spending additional taxpayer funds. Reducing costs in the Dept. of Corrections and other depts. is what reinventing Michigan is all about.”
State Representative Joe Haveman
USMC Blount Island Command
We recognize that as residents of the Jacksonville community, Marine Corps Support Facility Blount Island has a responsibility to do our part to conserve energy. This project puts us on the path to meet the goals of the Commandant of the Marine Corps Campaign Plan, increases our use of renewable energy, and reduces energy to meet executive order goals.”
Blount Island Base Cdr. Col. Steven Peters
City of Conway, Arkansas
The environment and resource conservation are at the forefront of our City's agenda. Modernizing our city facilities and achieving significant energy cost reduction makes this partnership with ESG a rewarding and progressive step towards environmental stewardship.”
Mayor Tab Townsell
City of Conway, Arkansas