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You’re not going to find a simpler way to generate new revenue for your business than this. Right now, Direct Energy Business and ENER-G Rudox are combining the power of on-site generation with the revenue potential of demand response to offer an incredible opportunity to businesses in Brooklyn and Queens.

A POWERFUL OFFER

  • ENER-G Rudox and Direct Energy Business will provide turnkey installation including engineering, permitting, and commissioning of a standby generator at no cost to you.
  • We will help you use the power you generate to participate in Con-Edison’s Brooklyn Queens Demand Management (BQDM) program and generate revenue without disrupting your operations.
  • BQDM is a demand response program offered by Con-Ed that provides payments to businesses that agree to lower electricity usage during periods of peak demand on the grid.

FIND OUT MORE

Contact an ENER-G Rudox Generation Specialist at 201-438-0111 or info@energ-rudox.com.

Simpson House & ER Announce Tri-Generation Project

 

Senior Living Community’s Energy Upgrades to Provide Triple Bottom Line Benefits

 

Nov. 17, 2015, Carlstadt, NJ – Simpson House, a Philadelphia-based continuing care retirement community, has appointed New Jersey-based energy management and Combined Heat and Power (CHP) specialist ENER-G Rudox Inc., in conjunction with their partners and clean energy specialists, Blue Sky Power and MCFA Global to design, engineer, construct, and finance a sustainable makeover of its community.

The multi-million dollar energy infrastructure improvements to the community’s campus will include the installation of a highly efficient ER265UL tri-generation system that will provide heat, cooling, and electricity for the community.  The project will also include comprehensive lighting upgrades throughout the community and the replacement of existing boilers and chillers in the community’s powerhouse.

“Historically, we’ve found that many senior living communities do not prioritize energy infrastructure upgrades because of economic concerns,” said Blue Sky Power CEO Ben Parvey. “It turns out however, that many communities can actually reduce their carbon footprint and save money simultaneously, if they have the right approach. At Simpson House, we have been able to work with ENER-G Rudox to leverage a combination of technological, financial and regulatory best practices to deliver a solution that benefits the end-user economically, while simultaneously contributing to their organization’s sustainability goals.”

In order to deliver maximum benefit to the community, Simpson House has elected to fund the project via ENER-G Rudox’s ‘Energy Services Agreement’ offering. Under this 20-year arrangement, ENER-G Rudox will fund both construction and maintenance of the tri-generation system, while Simpson House will pay a fixed rate for the electricity, heat and chilling delivered by the system. Under the terms of the contract, Simpson House will receive approximately  $350,000 in guaranteed energy savings in each calendar year, while also reducing the community’s carbon footprint by approximately 300 metric tons per year, the equivalent impact of reducing domestic gasoline consumption by 34,000 gallons annually.

“For many commercial and industrial facilities, the ability to obtain ‘Triple Bottom Line’ benefits exists through energy infrastructure projects, as they take advantage of the economic, environmental and operation savings provided.  In the greater Philadelphia metropolitan area, however, these projects are even more likely due to strong support at both the state and local level,” said Ryan Goodman, President, ENER-G Rudox. “In many cases, the pieces are all on the table, but it takes someone familiar with all the facets of the industry and technology to put the project together.”       

The Simpson House project received support from both state and local sources, including a $400,000 grant from Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Financing Authority. In addition, PECO (Philadelphia Electric Company) has agreed to contribute approximately $200,000 to the project through its Smart-On Site Program. The project is also benefiting from the attractive cogeneration service rate offered by the facility’s gas utility, Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW).

 

About ENER-G Rudox

ENER-G Rudox Inc., as part of ENER-G Cogen International Ltd (ECI), develops, manufactures, delivers, finances and maintains energy efficient and renewable energy solutions, generally based around state-of-the-art cogeneration technology, for the North American market. Founded in 1949, ENER-G Rudox is a “one-stop-shop” for commercial and industrial energy requirements, including combined heat and power (CHP), tri-generation, standby power, emergency rental power, and many other energy efficient technologies and power systems. This includes systems from 80kW up to 10MW, offered both via capital sales and long term Energy Service Agreements for installations in hospitals, hotels, education campuses, recreation centers, government offices, supermarkets, factories and other buildings. For additional information, please visit www.energ-rudox.com.

 

For more information on this project, or to have a free CHP feasibility study performed for your facility, please contact ENER-G Rudox at:

 

ENER-G Rudox Inc.

765 Rt 17 North

Carlstadt, NJ 07072

201-438-0111

www.energ-rudox.com

Email: chp@energ-rudox.com

ENER-G Rudox makes Climate Pledge

ENER-G Rudox Participates in White House Initiative with Leading US Firms

 

ENER-G Rudox Pledges Support for the American Business Act on Climate

 

On Monday, October 19, 2015, ENER-G Rudox Inc. attended the White House Summit on Climate and the Road through Paris. The Summit gathered leaders from the government, private sector, academic, technical and scientific communities to focus on cross-sector efforts to tackle the climate change challenge here in the United States as well as on a global scale. Specifically, the event focused on how to further efforts around carbon mitigation, sustainability, and resiliency, as well as how technologies are emerging to support and scale these efforts. Additionally, participants discussed how to further engage and organize in support of the upcoming COP21 Paris climate negotiations.

 

At the event, ENER-G Rudox Inc. announced that it has joined the American Business Act on Climate Pledge, joining 81 companies from across the American economy that are standing with the Obama Administration to demonstrate an ongoing commitment to climate action and to voice support for a strong outcome to the COP21 Paris climate negotiations.

 

THE AMERICAN BUSINESS ACT ON CLIMATE PLEDGE:

 

We applaud the growing number of countries that have already set ambitious targets for climate action. In this context, we support the conclusion of a climate change agreement in Paris that takes a strong step forward toward a low-carbon, sustainable future.

 

We recognize that delaying action on climate change will be costly in economic and human terms, while accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy will produce multiple benefits with regard to sustainable economic growth, public health, resilience to natural disasters, and the health of the global environment.

 

About ENER-G Rudox

 

ENER-G Rudox Inc., as part of ENER-G Cogen International Ltd (ECI), develops, manufactures, delivers, finances and maintains energy efficient and renewable energy solutions, generally based around state-of-the-art cogeneration technology, for the North American market. Founded in 1949, ENER-G Rudox is a “one-stop-shop” for commercial and industrial energy requirements, including combined heat and power (CHP), tri-generation, standby power, emergency rental power, and many other energy efficient technologies and power systems. This includes systems from 80kW up to 10MW, offered both via capital sales and long term Energy Service Agreements for installations in hospitals, hotels, education campuses, recreation centers, government offices, supermarkets, factories and other buildings. For more information, please visit www.energ-rudox.com. ECI operates more than 1,500 CHP sites worldwide, with 500 MWe+ of operational cogeneration systems in 11 countries.

 

On October 19, 2015, ENER-G Rudox was invited to attend the White House Climate Summit, and became one of the first 80 U.S. companies to sign the American Business Act on Climate Pledge to demonstrate their support for action on climate and a climate change agreement that takes a strong step forward toward a low-carbon, sustainable future.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

ER Breaks Ground on New HQ

 

New Facility to Include Company Headquarters and Manufacturing

 

To celebrate the purchase of a new facility in East Rutherford for the company’s headquarters, ENER-G Rudox held a groundbreaking ceremony to kick off construction activities. The facility is expected to be fully operational by mid-2016.

 

The $8 million project includes the purchase and renovation of the facility on East Union Avenue, which will not only house the company’s headquarters, but will also include manufacturing operations, test bays, the remote monitoring operations center, an extensive rental equipment fleet, as well as the facilities for the parts and service departments.

PHOTO: Breaking ground for their new headquarters on East Union Avenue in East Rutherford are ENER-G Rudox, Inc. executives (from left) David Suarez, Vice President of Finance; Howard Goodman, Executive Vice President; Ryan Goodman, President; Alan Barlow, CEO; Christian Bastardi, Executive Vice President, of Construction Technology Corp.; and Ronald Raymond, ENER-G Rudox Project Manager, for the new facility.

 

About ENER-G Rudox

ENER-G Rudox Inc., as part of ENER-G Cogen International Ltd (ECI), develops, manufactures, delivers, finances and maintains energy efficient and renewable energy solutions, generally based around state-of-the-art cogeneration technology, for the North American market. Founded in 1949, ENER-G Rudox is a “one-stop-shop” for commercial and industrial energy requirements, including combined heat and power (CHP), tri-generation, standby power, emergency rental power, and many other energy efficient technologies and power systems. This includes systems from 80kW up to 10MW, offered both via capital sales and long term Energy Service Agreements for installations in hospitals, hotels, education campuses, recreation centers, government offices, supermarkets, factories and other buildings. For more information, please visit www.energ-rudox.com. ECI operates more than 1,500 CHP sites worldwide, with 500 MWe+ of operational cogeneration systems in 11 countries.

 

On October 19, 2015, ENER-G Rudox was invited to attend the White House Climate Summit, and became one of the first 80 U.S. companies to sign the American Business Act on Climate Pledge to demonstrate their support for action on climate and a climate change agreement that takes a strong step forward toward a low-carbon, sustainable future.

Rapid Expansion of CHP in NJ

 

Rapid Expansion in Green CHP Technology in North Jersey

October 20, 2015, ENER-G Rudox, a leader in CHP production, generator sets, generator rentals and service since 1949, has purchased a new facility in East Rutherford, NJ to expand their production capacity and showcase their extensive product line.  The facility on East Union Ave. will not only house their new headquarters, but will contain their manufacturing operations, test bays, and extensive rental equipment fleet, as well as provide the facilities for their parts and service departments and equipment remote monitoring operations. The facility is expected to be fully operational by mid-2016.

In the past three years, ENER-G Rudox, a subsidiary of UK based, market leading ENER-G Cogen International Ltd (ECI), has increased the size of its workforce by twenty five percent.  The new building has consolidated ENER-G Rudox’s office space and will provide additional space for manufacturing low carbon and renewable technologies, Combined Heat and Power systems (CHP, CCHP) and standby generator sets locally in northern NJ.

Ryan Goodman, President of Cogeneration at ENER-G Rudox states that:  “Engineering and manufacturing firms such as ours make a rich contribution to the NJ economy.  Continued government support for sustainable energy is critical to building the new low carbon economy in which we operate. We are very pleased to have an opportunity to celebrate our success with the NJ Economic Development Authority and to provide a positive example of what can be achieved when policies exist to drive growth in a sector.”

Alan Barlow, CEO of ENER-G Rudox said: “I’m extremely pleased to announce the $8 million expansion for ENER-G Rudox and celebrate the new jobs that will come with the investment.  These are still challenging times for the economy but as the recovery continues, ENER-G Rudox is well positioned as a forerunner in the sustainable energy field.  The low carbon economy has exhibited notable growth throughout the Northeast and ENER-G Rudox will continue to support green initiatives and applications, to further boost carbon reductions throughout the region. ENER-G Rudox’s technologies typically provide a 15-20% reduction in a firm’s carbon footprint and assist customers in attaining carbon abatement designed to meet the stricter national standards now in place.”

ECI develops, manufactures, delivers, finances and maintains energy efficient and renewable energy solutions, generally based around state-of-the-art cogeneration technology.  The company has more installed CHP systems across the UK and Western Europe than any other supplier, including installations in hospitals, hotels, leisure centers, government offices, supermarkets, factories and other buildings worldwide.  ECI operates more than 1500 CHP sites worldwide, with 500 MWe+ of operational cogeneration systems in 11 countries.