Paramount Metal Systems David Dodge appointed by Arkansas Governor
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson and the Arkansas Alternative Energy Commission recognize Paramount Metal Systems' dedication to efficient building design that promotes energy efficiency in Arkansas. They named David Dodge as 1 of 15 business leaders in the state of Arkansas charged with studying the needs and impact of various forms of energy on the economic future of Arkansas and how we as consumers and businesses can further energy efficiency.
Energy efficiency a key Arkansas initiative
Paramount Metal Systems' dedication to energy efficiency in building design and construction has earned the company a voice in furthering statewide conservation efforts. This position, charged by the Arkansas Legislature in 2009, is to study the needs and impacts of various forms of alternative energy on the economic future of Arkansas. It includes studying the feasibility of creating or expanding alternative energy sources in Arkansas, the effects of using alternative energy sources on the economic development of the state, and other issues related to alternative energy production and use.
Paramount Metal Systems commitment to energy efficiency
David Dodge has positioned Paramount Metal Systems to provide integrated services that merge energy reduction components to the systems they provide with organizations such as the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), the ESTCP (the DoD’s environmental technology demonstration and validation program), and the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
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