Collins Electric Company, Inc. (CECI) has announced the launch of its Energy Solutions Division. The Division will be run from the Collins’ West Sacramento Branch office by Vice President and TEGG General Manager Craig Gini. Collins will hire several Energy Advisors over the next two years to staff the new division. “Collins has been helping our customers with energy efficiency and renewables for years, but we saw a need to do this more proactively. There are so many opportunities for businesses to adopt more energy efficient technologies or generate their own renewable energy in a cost effective way that we wanted to make sure we were doing a good job of educating our customers on the options that are available,” says Gini. Collins’ Energy Solutions division will encompass several different technologies including energy efficient lighting, energy maintenance monitoring, renewables such as solar, as well as electric vehicle charging stations.
Through on-site energy audits, Collins’ Energy Advisors will determine where a company can save energy and money. The wholistic approach that Collins takes to provide Energy Solutions will include the following products and services:
• Energy-efficient lighting retrofits;
• Electric Vehicle Charging Stations;
• HVAC Retrofits;
• Infrared Thermography;
• Ultrasonic Testing.
Collins Electrical Company, Inc. (collinselectric.com) has been in operation since 1928 and is one of the leading electrical construction and engineering firms in Northern California with approximately $80 Million in annual revenues. With offices in West Sacramento, Stockton, Modesto, Fresno and Marina, CECI maintains a market focus on all commercial, industrial, and institutional market segments throughout Northern California. As an IBEW Union contractor, CECI has maintained a long-term reputation for unmatched quality and excellence in design, construction, and project management. CECI's portfolio of energy efficiency and renewables projects include: 1.16MW solar installation for Siemens Transporation Systems, 1.4MW solar installation at Sandy Mush Detention Center and an energy-efficient lighting retrofit on over 8 Million square feet for Ford and Chrysler distribution centers.