Energy Systems Group Participates in First "Advanced Energy Day at the Legislature" Hosted by Arkansas Advanced Energy Association
(North Little Rock, AR) Energy Systems Group (ESG), a leading energy services provider, participated in Arkansas Advanced Energy Association’s (AAEA) first “Advanced Energy Day at the Legislature,” featuring nearly 20 exhibitors in the Capitol Rotunda and a panel of advanced energy industry leaders who addressed questions from legislators and the public. The day’s activities showcased the strength of the state’s advanced energy economy and its ability to provide Arkansans with more energy choices. A recent employment study released by AAEA showed more than 11,300 Arkansans employed by about 90 advanced energy companies across the state.
“We believe that growing our state’s share of the advanced energy economy means more jobs and more energy choices for Arkansans,” said Kerry Becton, ESG account executive. “Energy Systems Group and AAEA stand ready to work with our state leaders to take every advantage of Arkansas’s abundant advanced energy resources.”
ESG has developed several energy efficiency projects throughout Arkansas. These projects have helped schools, colleges, and cities modernize their infrastructure, reduce energy and operational costs, and conserve resources.