Everything about Prairie Hills Motorsport Club is state-of-the-art. That includes the design of the track, the facility, and the Encore Energy Systems technology that will provide a comfortable environment for our staff and members. That's why they're our Green Alliance partner.
Hinsdale, IL (PRWEB) September 18, 2007
Prairie Hills Motorsport Club is a perfect match for state-of-the-art energy efficiency technology. On September 13th, Encore Energy Systems, Inc. announced a partnership with Prairie Hills Motorsport Club to provide its patented heat exchanger technology for the new club's facilities. To make the club's energy utilization as efficient as possible, Encore Energy will supply the design and technology to install its patented gray-water geothermal solution.
Michael Krupka, CEO of Prairie Hill Motorsport Club, commented, "Everything about Prairie Hills Motorsport Club is state-of-the-art. That includes the design of the track, the facility, and the Encore Energy Systems technology that will provide a comfortable environment for our staff and members. That's why they're our Green Alliance partner."
Encore Energy Systems brings energy efficient geothermal solutions to northern Indiana. Encore Energy Systems, based in Brighton, Michigan, has implemented geothermal installations in Oregon, Pennsylvania, Washington, Montana, South Dakota, Mississippi, California and Texas. The company's latest installation will be performed for Prairie Hills Motorsport Club which is located near Lake Village, Indiana, in Newton County.
Encore Energy Systems will be supplying its gray-water heat exchangers system to provide geothermal powered heating and cooling for the entire club site. Benefits will be realized immediately through reduced cost and time of installation. Further incentives include savings on club energy bills of up to 70%.
Prairie Hills Motorsport Club has put a lot of energy into designing the ultimate automotive enthusiasts club. Prairie Hills Motorsport Club was created to deliver an exciting lifestyle experience for automotive enthusiasts. Members of the club will typically be professionals who are active in motor sports and who have a great passion for driving or racing cars at a safe and exclusive facility.
The 6.8 mile racing track is the longest in the Western Hemisphere and has been designed to be utilized in over 3,600 configurations. The club will provide fine and casual dining, vehicle storage, a clubhouse, spa, gym, game room for children, and retail shopping for members and guests. Trackside buildings will house corporate facilities, race team garages, and locker rooms. Business plans also include corporate programs, team building, and banquet and convention services.
It will not take much energy to get to Prairie Hills Motorsport Club. The club will be located off interstate I-65 west of Exit 220 between Indianapolis and Chicago. And it will only be a short drive from anywhere in Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and surrounding areas.
Mr. Krupka said, "We should be able to break ground this fall and be in full operation by spring of 2009." Memberships are now available at a pre-construction initiation fee for those who sign up early. More membership details can be found at http://www.prairiehillsmc.com or by contacting Robert Lindgren at 219-394-2600 or lindgren(at)prairiehillsmc.com.