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U.S. Energy Recovery Installs Technology at Ditch Witch and Family Dollar

Just a few short days ago, on November 9, 2011, U.S. Energy Recovery were featured in the center of the Oklahoma Governor’s Energy Conference. Presented by the Oklahoma City University’s Meinders School of Business, the conference addressed topics such as natural gas supply, energy policy, environmental impact, and of course, new technologies like U.S. Energy Recovery’s high-intensity fluorescent Compact Modular™ light fixtures. In the center of the hotel’s convention center, U.S. Energy Recovery’s displays diagrammed how its energy efficient solutions were creating a notable impact on a national scale.

This daylong event featured dignitaries from all over Oklahoma, including Oklahoma’s first woman governor, Governor Mary Fallin, who spent time talking to U.S. Energy Recovery’s own Carl Kasalek. Governor Fallin shared her excitement about the solutions U.S. Energy Recovery is installing in her own state- at facilities such as Family Dollar and Ditch Witch. She was in awe as Carl spoke about the 3,694,149 kWh displaced by U.S. Energy Recovery’s energy system installed in the city of Perry, Oklahoma’s Ditch Witch headquarters. Previously engaged, the Governor won’t be able to attend Ditch Witch’s ceremonial unveiling with the Secretary of Energy or the Oklahoma congressman. On December 5th, U.S. Energy Recovery will join these forward-thinkers and present Ditch Witch Owner and CEO Ed Malzahn with a Stewardship award and the largest energy incentive check Billingsley Electric Company has ever disbursed.

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Published November 23, 2011 by Carl Kasalek