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Pro-Tech Energy Solutions LLC – A Self-Funded Turnkey Energy Solutions Firm

Pro-Tech Energy Solutions LLC has been recently launched to provide a wide range of renewable energy offerings and energy efficient upgrades for commercial facilities that  focus on reducing utility expenses in the Mid-Atlantic region. Tom Ryan, Gary Chernowetz, Paul Shust, John Martin, and John Drexinger have partnered to form Pro-Tech to offer turnkey energy services to customers of Pro-Tech.

Pro-Tech would customize financial packages based on customer expectations, resources, and return on investment to ensure optimal balance, as well as ensure its control over the customer design and construction process. The service-oriented approach of Pro-Tech would ensure meticulous execution of client projects, besides ensuring the highest-quality standard in the five specialty domains of Pro-Tech.

The five specialty areas of Pro-Tech are energy monitoring-based evaluations and recommendations for energy efficiency, sale and management of Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SREC), coordination and management of federal and state grant applications, and design, installation, and engineering for photovoltaic systems, and selection, setting-up, and commissioning of energy monitoring systems.

According to Barry I. Skoultchi, President of Pro-Tech, expensive upgrades for saving energy discourage private and public commercial properties owners from installing them in their premises. Skoultchi reveals that Pro-Tech enables these owners to invest in energy upgrades without incurring upfront expenses. Protech offers funding plans that are customized to increase tax credits, existing local, state, and federal rebates and various incentives, along with Pro-Tech secured funds.

According to Principal, Pro-Tech Energy Solutions, John Drexinger, even under the current economic scenario, US companies are prospering by adopting renewable energy and energy efficiency schemes by using federal stimulus funds that earmark $25 billion for energy efficiency programs. Drexinger clarifies that the self-funding oriented financial model pioneered by Pro-Tech has enabled direct access to capital funds for its clients.


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