Steven G. Miller has been named director of commercial business services for the Long Island office of Conservation Services Group (CSG), a Mass.-based national energy services company.


CSG to Help Local Businesses Conserve Energy

WESTBOROUGH, Mass., June 13, 2006 - Steven G. Miller has been named director of commercial business services for the Long Island office of Conservation Services Group (CSG), a Mass.-based national energy services company. Located in Ronkokoma, CSG's newest office serves customers in Suffolk and Nassau counties and in the Rockaway area of New York. In his new position, Miller leads new business, strategic development and sales, technical support and field operations on Long Island. Miller also spearheads several energy efficiency programs implemented on behalf of the Long Island Power Authority. These programs are part of the utility's "Clean Energy Initiative" designed to help Long Islanders use energy wisely.

According to CSG, the Long Island office has opened due to the unlimited opportunities for helping small to mid-sized businesses streamline energy usage through retrofits and equipment upgrades. Miller said, "Cutting energy costs is a top priority for businesses nationwide. In heavily populated areas such as Long Island, energy usage and the price of using it are at an all time high. We are hearing these concerns from business owners here every day. CSG has been helping businesses and consumers around the country become more energy efficient for more than two decades. We are confident we can also help achieve maximum energy savings on Long Island."

Miller joined CSG in 2003 as business development manager. Before coming to CSG, he was as an account executive with Aqualine Resources, of Waltham, Mass., where he was responsible for retrofit programs and other facility upgrades for the company's C&I customers. Prior to that, Miller was a development manager for Enron Energy Services, where he created and delivered energy efficiency solutions for some of the company's biggest national clients. He also served as commercial market leader for Honeywell Energy Services and held the positions of vice president and director of technical sales for Encon Systems, Inc., in Hopkinton, Mass. At Encon, Miller established and managed a $4.5 million C&I lighting retrofit program for one of the company's biggest utility clients. Miller began his career with Puget Energy Services, in the New England regional office, as an energy analyst.

Miller is a graduate of Great Lakes Maritime Academy with a degree in maritime studies.
He also studied mechanical engineering at Burlington Country College in Pemberton, N.J., as well as the University of Massachusetts and Northeastern University. A native of Adams, N.Y., Miller currently resides in Harvard, Mass.

CSG's Ronkokoma office is located in Meridian Plaza on Veteran's Highway. To learn more about CSG's energy saving programs on Long Island, contact 631-820-3000. CSG is based in Westborough, Mass., with 14 offices in the U.S. For more information visit:

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