The future of sustainable energy is now, and IP UtiliNET is at the forefront.
College Park, GA (PRWEB) June 04, 2014
IP UtiliNET, a next-generation technology firm offering site solutions in 145 countries, announced today the company will be relocating its corporate headquarters to College Park, Georgia. The move coincides with the company’s explosive growth in the areas of DC Microgrid technology, energy-efficient LED lighting and security services.
“Our customers are paying less in utility bills and ongoing maintenance fees while reducing power consumption, which helps the environment. It’s a win-win situation where everyone benefits,” said IP UtiliNET CEO David Quinn. “Selecting College Park as the base for our operations has proven to be a smart move for us. College Park Mayor Jack Longino and City Council are pro-business and take a progressive stance on sustainability and growth. Also, because of College’s Park’s proximity to Atlanta International Airport, we’ve reduced our response time to site locations worldwide while improving supply chain logistics.”
IP UtiliNET offers sustainable solutions across a number of industry sectors. The Ware County School System is one of several Georgia school systems where IP UtiliNET has deployed LED lighting to reduce energy costs. Ware County Schools reports saving $9,000 monthly after installing 24,000 LED lights, said Mitch McGhee, Ph.D., VP of Vertical Markets at IP UtiliNET. Ware County School System Interim Superintendent Mark Mooneyhan said he is delighted with the savings and recently accepted a $131,040 rebate check from Georgia Power for energy conservation.
As an ISN® certified third-party pre-qualified reliable supplier, IP UtiliNET has the authority to work under strict government standards to deliver technology solutions benefitting agricultural organizations. In addition, IP UtiliNET is delivering single mode fiber LANvisn™ Passive Optical Networks (PON), onsite security, SustaNET© sustainable and renewable energy solutions, and LED lighting to restaurant chains, transportation organizations and high-density housing developments in Georgia and Florida.
“The future of sustainable energy is now, and IP UtiliNET is at the forefront,” Mr. Quinn said. “We look forward to providing our customers with real-world solutions that make a difference to the bottom line while benefitting our children’s future.”
The new facility is adjacent to College Park City Hall and will feature new technology solutions including DC Microgrid and renewables such as solar, LED lighting and battery storage, fiber optic networking solutions, and training classrooms for IP UtiliNET’s Academy for Industry. The non-profit educational services organization provides hands-on and classroom-style training in the emerging energy field, security services and other subjects such as Spanish Language for Business.
“The Academy for Industry is designed to train people in emerging and renewable technologies in order to put people back to work in this growing field,” said Vernicka Mack, Director, Sales and Principal, Academy for Industry. “We hope the addition of academy-certified professionals in our community will stimulate job growth in College Park and South Fulton County as well.”
About IP UtiliNET
IP UtiliNET is an Atlanta based, veteran-owned professional services firm specializing in centrally managed communications, energy networks, product lifecycle solutions and security services. Offering site service solutions in 145 countries and 392 cities worldwide, IP UtiliNET partners with its clients to streamline operations, lower costs and enhance profitability for long-term environmental, social and financial benefit. Service offerings include single mode fiber LANvisn™ Passive Optical Networks (PON), facial biometric security, sustainable and renewable energy (SustaNET©) including LED lighting systems, and technology lifecycle services. For more information visit http://www.iputilinet.com.