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Customers & Allies:  Partnerships   Projects

EMC teams up with several different utility companies, energy service companies, equipment vendors, and labor vendors for the sole purpose of providing our customers with a clean turn-key energy upgrade. Our primary focus is complete customer satisfaction.

Partnerships partnerships

EMC has developed these relationships necessary to successfully carry out lighting projects throughout our current territory. Examples of these are as follows:

Utility Companies -over the years we have developed strong relationships with various utility companies and their account managers. Through our commitment to quality designs and installation, our relationships continue to grow.

Energy Service Companies – through the efforts of EMC’s project developers, we team up with energy service companies to provide our customers with a whole-building approach to energy conservation and produce additional guaranteed savings.

Material Vendors – we utilize most of the major fixture manufactures as well as several of the outfits specializing in high efficiency lighting products. Down stream from the manufactures we have excellent relationships with distributors varying from National Chains to single location distributorships.

Labor Vendors – we utilize contract labor for our projects. Currently our list of electrical contractors numbers above 20 ranging in size from 4 man shops all the way to some of the largest contracting firms in the nation. From this group we can call on union or non-union labor as required.


Partial list of projects completed: (Additional references available upon request)

Maine Medical Center (5 Locations)
Roger Boyington, PE Facilites Engineer
Jon Flink, Supervisor Mechanical & Electrical Engineering
12 Bramhall Street
Portland, ME 04102

Maine Medical Center

Shaw’s Supermarkets (200+ Stores)
Nancy Petti
South Easton, MA 02375

Shaws Supermarkets

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Peter Carter, Facilities Engineer
2 Gannet Drive
South Portland , ME 04106

Anthem BCBS

Lanco Assembly Systems
Russ Young, Chief Financial Officer
12 Thomas Drive
Westbrook , ME 04092

Hewlett Packard
Mark Lambert, Facilities Engineer
110 Spitbrook Road
Nashua , NH 03062

Whole Foods Market (Several Locations)
Kathy Loftus, National Energy Manager, CEM
125 Cambridgepark Drive
Cambridge , MA 02140

Whole Foods Market
Correct Building Products, LLC
Peter Donovan, Corporate Engineer
15 Morin Street
Biddeford , ME 04005
Correct Building Products, LLC

Reid Kimball, Manager, Facilities
175 Kenneth Welch Drive
Lakeville, MA 02348

The Talbots, Inc.

Hancock Lumber
Mike Halle, GM
693 Walker Mils Road
Bethel, ME 04217

Hancock Lumber

Evonik Industries- Cyro Industries
Richard Hilton, P.E.
Project Engineer
1746 Main Street
Sanford, ME 04073

Evonik Industries

Huhtamaki Foodservice, Inc.
Jeff Gardner
242 Upper College Avenue
Waterville, ME 04903

Huhtamaki Foodservice, Inc.

Husky Injection Molding Systems, Inc.
DeWayne Howell
EH&S/Maintenance Manager
288 North Road
Milton, VT 05468

Husky Injection Molding Systems, Inc.

The CocoCola Bottling Company of Northern New England
Alan Steward
Logistics Engineer
1 Executive Park Drive
Bedford, NH 03110

The CocoCola Bottling Company of Northern New England

Public Service of New Hampshire
Paul Lentine
Senior Engineer
165 Gosling Road
Newington, NH 03801

Public Service of New Hampshire

For additional references, please contact EMC


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