A multi-faceted resource for on-site power generation and efficient use of energy, GEM Energy is a trusted adviser to leading organizations in the institutional, industrial, government, and commercial sectors.
While what we do is technically complex, it’s simple to explain: We optimize your facility’s efficiency to reduce your operating costs.
Our distributed generation technology expertise includes on-site power generation. We do everything from combined heat and power (CHP), to comprehensive solar development. Our scope includes funding, system design, integration, installation and ongoing maintenance.
GEM Energy integrated services:
- Procuring energy
- Managing and maintaining facilities
- Designing, installing and repairing building automation controls systems
- Performing preventive HVAC maintenance
- Finding and securing financing for energy projects and on-site power
And as a member of the Rudolph Libbe Group of companies, we have design/build capabilities and a host of other services to steer your energy productivity project from construction all the way through commissioning.
Northwest Ohio Headquarters6842 Commodore Drive
Walbridge, OH 43465 419.720.2700 Directions
Northeast Ohio Office4937 Mills Industrial Parkway
North Ridgeville, OH 44039 440.406.8800 440.406.8801 Directions
Southeast Michigan Office47461 Clipper St.,
Plymouth, MI 48170 734.455.0600 Directions
New York Office950 Danby Road, Suite 212,
Ithaca, NY 14850 866.720.2700 Directions
Lima Ohio Office750 Buckeye Road
Lima, Ohio 45804
From Our Blog
Using modular for expansions is fast and affordable
June 20, 2019
This overview can help you determine if modular construction is right for your expansion or remodel
Supplemental facilities staff available for temporary or permanent needs
June 13, 2019
FM360 can provide supplemental facilities staff to cover for vacations, medical leave, retirement, or downsizing
Hybrid Power: How Solar and CHP Work Together
June 03, 2019
A hybrid on-site power generation system can help facilities of all types reduce energy costs