Premier Alliance Group Recognized for Promise of Energy Efficiency and Energy Management ($PIMO)

Premier Alliance Group Recognized for Promise of Energy Efficiency and Energy Management ($PIMO)

Premier Alliance Group (OTCBB: PIMO; Twitter: $PIMO) provides business consulting services and human capital solutions to customers with a focus on core areas of business processes used throughout the corporate world including project management, business analysis, business consulting and strategic consulting.

Because of increased demand for energy efficiency and energy management services in both the public and the private sectors, companies like Premier Alliance Group have recently received media attention.  In a recent article in Small Cap Network, the contributor Jonathan Yates remarked upon The Company's recent acquisition of Greenhouse and the government contracts that resulted from this aquisition.  Yates points out the energy efficiency and management industry has grown even during times of recent recession, and he expects The Company's recent growth to continue into the future, especially as fuel prices increase.   

Yates commented,

"That is the promise of energy efficiency and energy management programs over alternative energy such as solar panels.  As proof of the growth potential of its energy efficiency and energy management operations, Premier Alliance Group, through its Energy Division-Greenhouse, was recently selected by Southern California Edison to implement its automated energy program for the City of West Covina in California.  Already, Greenhouse has identified more than $30,000 of incentives with more to follow.   This is accomplished through retrofitting existing systems and maximizing gains from the programs of Southern California Edison.

As this becomes more apparent to other jurisdictions in California and around the world, there will be more work in this area for Premier Alliance Group.  Governments at all levels are already legislating energy management and energy efficiency standards and measures for both the public private sectors.  The billions wasted on alternative energy programs will surely increase the velocity of this movement."

Read the full article here.