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Ally Energy Welcomes New CEO, Ray Pustinger

We’re thrilled to announce a new member of our executive team. Raymond Pustinger has become Ally’s new CEO. Ray is no stranger to the Ally team. In fact, his professional collaboration with Ally founders Shawn Rash, Troy Moran, and Brian Walterbach dates back to 2002, when as a supply partner, Ray began supporting project development for Shawn’s firm, a predecessor to Ally Energy.

Demand Side Project Saves Money Across Entire Portfolio

Demand Side Project Saves $4.3 Million

This global protein producer looked to take advantage of advantageous incentives in the SW region of their US footprint. Project scopes varied from site to site and by utility incentives available. Working closely, AES and the client were able to map out a plan that married their business goals and best ROI.

Steelscape Lighting Strategy Included Incentives

Steelscape LED Lighting Project Cuts Energy 62%

With the help of Ally Energy Solutions, Steelscape is benefiting from a lighting strategy that redirects funds budgeted for the utility to finance investment costs while reducing consumption and furthering the company’s commitment to environmental responsibility.

Lighting Retrofits Cut Energy Costs Visual

Food Distributor Saves $2 Million Annually with Portfolio-Wide Lighting Retrofits

This national food distribution company teamed up with CMT and AES to implement a portfolio-wide implementation of lighting retrofits. The team was able to blend best rate/rebate facility with business priorities to roll out a program that saves the client over $2 million annually in energy spend while over 1/3 of the project cost was paid for with rebates.

Bluescope Buildings Facility Inspection

Bluescope Buildings Lighting Lease to Generate $1 Million Positive Cash Flow

BlueScope Buildings is the business unit that produces steel building systems for the two preeminent brands in North America; Butler Manufacturing and Varco Pruden Buildings. The Plant Manager identified that lighting accounted for approx. 40% of their electric consumption. When he ran into Corporate CAPEX restrictions, that’s when he teamed up with AES to structure a cash flow positive, off-balance sheet operating lease structure with their existing equipment leasing company to fund the lighting retrofit.