EMAEE March 2016 Meeting - 3/8/16 at Lawrence Tech
The East Michigan Association of Energy Engineers invites you to attend their meeting on Tuesday March 8, 2016.

Overview of Solar Systems

Businesses have embraced solar and begun to implement significant number of systems across the country. Alan Frasz, President of Dovetail Solar and Wind, will present an overview of solar systems. He will show examples of different types of implementations and why the adoption of renewable energy is accelerating across the region. The presentation will cover important features and benefits of the technology, as well as the key characteristics prospective owners should consider in selecting a system and installer. He will detail the projected ROI and environmental benefits. Al will review the utility savings, available tax incentives, grants and renewable energy credits that are making renewable energy a great investment for commercial projects.

By: Alan Frasz
Alan Frasz is President and principal owner of Dovetail Solar and Wind. Dovetail is one of the region's oldest and largest renewable energy system installers. He joined the firm in 2006 after spending 28 years in the information technology industry where he held management, sales and technical positions. Mr. Frasz earned his BS at Case Western Reserve University, where he also performed research in Biomedical Engineering.

Al has led the transformation of Dovetail from a small start-up to a regional leader with over 405 installations totaling 15.9 MegaWatts. He increased Dovetail's focus on business to business and utility scale systems, accompanied with detailed financial payback analysis and return on investment. He was one of the early pioneers in convincing the Ohio Energy Office to open up the Advanced Energy Fund to third party owners enabling firms to provide a finance vehicle for non-profit institutions, schools and municipalities to acquire large scale solar systems.

Al regularly meets with state and Federal law makers to educate them on the economic value, job creation and environmental impact of renewables.

He has served on the Board of Green Energy Ohio (GEO) since 2009, and currently chairs the Membership Committee. Al has been married to Ann for 38 years and has 4 sons.

Alfred Taubman Student Service Center at Lawrence Technological University Rm C406

FREE for Chapter Members
Guests = $25
Students/Seniors = $19

5:30 p.m. -- Social Time / Chapter Business
6:00 p.m. -- Dinner
6:15 p.m. -- Presentation by Guest Lecturer with questions to follow

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