Xnergy to appear on Alexander Haig's World Business Review TV Series.
2005 (Boca Raton, FL) -- Multi-Media Productions (USA), Inc. announces that Xnergy will appear on World Business Review, hosted by General Alexander Haig.
The rising cost of energy is a major concern to virtually everyone in the world. Energy conservation has long been one way to help ease the monthly crunch. However, other solutions are being explored that present alternative power sources. On this segment of World Business Review, Xnergy will enlighten us on some technology that can help provide some much-needed relief from the upward surge of energy costs.
Xnergy president, Jeff Gosselin, notes, “The most exciting topic in our industry right now is Self-Generation. The government is providing incentives that can be as much as 30% cash back for the cost of the project. California has set aside $112,500,000 for the Self-Generation program.” At the same time, coordinating producer John Sasson, noted, “When researching the latest developments in the energy industry, Xnergy consistently came up as being in touch with the most current technological advancements. They were a natural to appear on this particular edition of World Business Review.”
About Xnergy Xnergy provides solutions to energy challenges by performing audits on client’s buildings and manufacturing processes. The outcome can range from using more energy efficient equipment (Energy Projects) to Cogeneration (Distributed Generation Projects). Xnergy applies for government incentives for the client, and manages the engineering, procurement and construction of an alternative energy supply system. It takes the project from inception, development, design and installation, to commissioning. Xnergy also provides design and build solutions for the Biotech, Medical Device and Semi-Conductor industries. It is a leader in the building and maintenance of medical and technical laboratories and cleanrooms. For more information about Xnergy, go to www.xnergy.com
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