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.