Matt Lohr named business development manager for GEM Energy

Matt Lohr, of Perrysburg, Ohio, has accepted the position of business development manager in GEM Energy's HVAC service division. He is responsible for managing the new business development team and growing GEM Energy's HVAC maintenance business in northwest Ohio.

Walbridge, OH – Matt Lohr, of Perrysburg, Ohio, has accepted the position of business development manager in GEM Energy's HVAC service division.


Lohr is responsible for managing the new business development team and growing GEM Energy's HVAC maintenance business in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan.

Lohr has more than 15 years of sales and management experience in the HVAC service industry. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from The University of Toledo.

He is a past board member of the Epilepsy Center of Northwest Ohio and the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northwest Ohio.

A member of the Rudolph Libbe Group of companies, GEM Energy performs preventive HVAC maintenance and facility management services, procures energy and designs building control systems. GEM Energy's expertise also includes combined heat and power (CHP) system design and integration, as well as comprehensive solar development from funding through array installation. Through a combination of services and technologies, GEM Energy optimizes facilities for reduced operating costs.

The Rudolph Libbe Group is among the region's largest contractors and employs 1,000-1,500 construction trades through offices in Lima, Toledo, Cleveland and Walbridge, Ohio; and Plymouth, Michigan.

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