Energy Management Collaborative Recognized by AEP Ohio

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LED lighting + controls provider delivered most savings and completed projects in 2017

Having skilled partners ready to help our business customers make smart energy choices is crucial to AEP Ohio’s success.

Energy Management Collaborative (EMC) today announced that it was recognized for the second year in both Most Savings Achieved and Most Projects Completed in 2017 for AEP Ohio’s Business Incentive Program at the Solution Provider Kickoff meeting on January 23, 2018, in Columbus, OH.

EMC has helped AEP Ohio customers in retail and commercial settings save over 11.7 million kWh in energy savings since 2009, which has contributed to the more than 3.8 billion kWh of energy savings achieved by EMC customers in total since 2003.

"Having skilled partners ready to help our business customers make smart energy choices is crucial to AEP Ohio’s success," said Angie Rybalt, EE & Consumer Program senior coordinator.

AEP Ohio’s Efficient Products for Business Program offers businesses set financial incentives for the implementation of energy-efficient improvements and technologies that reduce energy consumption. The program is a simple and easy-to-use way to receive funding for common energy efficiency projects including lighting.

“The strong relationships we build with our utility partners are critical to EMC’s success in delivering meaningful incentives to AEP Ohio customers,” said Stacy Delzer, EMC manager of customer incentives. “We are pleased to help customers achieve this level of energy savings and experience an immediate and positive effect on their bottom lines.”

About AEP Ohio
AEP Ohio provides electricity to nearly 1.5 million customers of major AEP subsidiary Ohio Power Company in Ohio. AEP Ohio is based in Gahanna, Ohio, and is a unit of American Electric Power. News and information about AEP Ohio can be found at

About EMC
Energy Management Collaborative (EMC) provides leading-edge lighting conversion systems and service solutions to a broad range of multinational retail, commercial, industrial and government customers. Since 2003, the company has used its total project management approach, EnergyMAXX, to successfully implement thousands of lighting upgrade projects, saving clients across industries over 3.8 billion kilowatt-hours of energy.

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