LRI Energy Solutions (LRI), a leading provider of lighting and water efficiency services, is pleased to announce the opening of a West Coast office in San Jose, CA, on July 1, 2014. The office will be led by Paul Bassett, Senior Vice President of Water Savers, and will have a full team including business development, engineering, and project management professionals incorporating lighting, lighting controls, water, water management and other efficiency measures.
LRI is a trusted partner to leading energy services companies (ESCOs) and has completed over 500 projects across the U.S., including numerous projects on the West Coast. Steve Troese, CEO of LRI, said, “We have been working with our ESCO partners around the world for over 22 years. As our level of business activity on the West Coast has increased over the past few years, it made sense for us to open an office in California. We are very excited about expanding our presence in this dynamic and growing market, where there is a tremendous demand for lighting and water efficiency.”
LRI Energy Solutions provides turnkey lighting and water design-build efficiency services for Federal, MUSH (municipal, university, school and hospital), and commercial buildings. ESCOs, utilities and teaming partners (including 8A, MBE, WBE, and SDVOSB) rely on LRI for some of their largest and highest-profile projects because of LRI’s market-leading expertise, nationwide footprint, creative design solutions, and reliable, customer-focused execution.
LRI has designed and implemented hundreds of lighting and water efficiency projects, and is a leader in designing and installing advanced lighting control systems, water collection and reuse systems, smart irrigation systems, and green roofs.
aul Bassett, Senior Vice President and head of LRI’s West Coast office, said, “We are actively developing numerous innovative lighting and water projects in California and throughout the West Coast with our ESCO partners. We are particularly excited about opportunities to pursue smart irrigation projects in a region where water scarcity is a dire and growing concern. We also expect to see significant opportunities in the coming years as a result of the California Clean Energy Job Act (Proposition 39), as well as on-bill financing programs.”