GEM Energy Service Group appoints business development manager

Jeremy Damstra, of North Canton, has been named business development manager with GEM Energy's Service Group based in the Cleveland area.

CLEVELAND, OH - Jeremy Damstra, of North Canton, has been named business development manager with GEM Energy's Service Group based in the Cleveland area.


Damstra holds a bachelor's degree in engineering from Ferris State University's HVAC engineering program. He joined GEM Energy in 2010 as an applications engineer.

Rudolph Libbe Group's northeast Ohio office is located at 5505 Valley Belt Rd.,
Suite F in Independence, OH.

About GEM Energy
GEM Energy provides comprehensive services and technologies to improve customer business performance and reduce facility operation costs. GEM Energy's expertise encompasses engineering, procurement, construction, operations and maintenance. Services include combined heat and power (CHP) systems, HVAC and plumbing, facility management, utility procurement, solar development, building automation controls and energy efficiency solutions. Facilities served are commercial, industrial, institutional and mission critical.

GEM Energy is part of the Rudolph Libbe Group (RLG), a one-stop provider of construction services that range from site selection and financing to ongoing facility management. The full-service contractor, comprised of Rudolph Libbe Inc., GEM Inc., GEM Energy, Lehman Daman and Rudolph Libbe Properties, operates as one team. RLG is headquartered in Toledo with offices in Cleveland, Columbus and Lima, Ohio; Ithaca, New York and Plymouth, Michigan. For additional information, visit RLGBuilds.com and @RLGbuilds.

GEM Energy is ranked 15th among Solar Power World's Top Solar Developers of 2016, 70th among the magazine's Top 500 North American Solar Contractors and 42nd among the Top Solar Utility Contractors.

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