Combined Heat and Power
Wind and Solar PV
Power Factor Correction
Astute ROI and Payback

A Michigan renewable energy EPC (Engineer Procure Construct) company formed by educators and industry professionals in the technical disciplines of electrical power and mechanical works.
"We promote the use of clean, green, alternate and renewable energy resources with public education and guidance on their installation and use. We stand willing to help public and private entities develop, and operate wind turbine, solar pv/thermal, storage, and natural gas generation and heat recovery systems for the economic benefit of our educational, municipal government and private sector clients."

Alternate Energy Solutions Integrated presents at Michigan School Business Annual Meeting on matters
pertaining to renewable and distributed energy technology, project initial capital cost and financing, May 8, 2014.

To find out more information on wind power, solar, natural gas combined heat and power,
and project development, take a minute or two to review our Services and Reference Material pages.

Pension, Retirement, Fiduciary and Trust Fund Professionals are welcome to contact us for more information
and discuss project investment evaluation for their portfolios.

Please call our representatives at (586) 498-8840 for more information or submit a contact request.

We now have representative offices in Illinois and Michigan

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Electric Rates posted by Michigan Public Service Commission (automatically updated each month)*

NYISO Issues Distributed Energy Resources Outlook for New York State, T&D World, September 22, 2014
Washington, D.C. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse discussing Climate with Senate, July 30, 2014 (video)

AES Wind Resource completes fatal-flaw study for international mining company and New York financers in the polar desert tundra of Arctic Circle. Client intends 60 MW diesel generation offset with 15 MW wind power.

AES Wind Resource completes study for Heartland Community College. The Vestas 1.65 MW wind turbine is performing well with respect to energy generation.
Heartland Community College Turbine Video

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