Bill Alexander named President of GEM Energy

Bill Alexander has been named President of GEM Energy, one of the Rudolph Libbe Group of companies, with offices in Ohio, Michigan and New York.

Bill Alexander has been named President of GEM Energy, one of the Rudolph Libbe Group of companies, with offices in Ohio, Michigan and New York.


Alexander has more than 25 years of experience in energy services, most recently with Siemens, Honeywell, FirstEnergy and Johnson Controls. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology (BSMET) from the University of Akron and attended the University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business Executive Education.

About GEM Energy

GEM Energy services help customers increase their energy efficiency, sustainability and energy savings and improve their operational performance. GEM Energy's services and technologies include integration of power generation, advanced heating and cooling systems, energy efficiency programs, energy procurement, solar development and HVAC and facility management services. GEM Energy is a full-service, authorized Capstone Micro Turbine distributor in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and upstate New York, with over 50 advanced power system installations in the region. In addition to equipment sales, GEM Energy designs, installs and services Capstone combined heat and power systems working with engineering firms and owners.

GEM Energy is part of the Rudolph Libbe Group, which also includes Rudolph Libbe Inc., GEM Inc., Lehman Daman and Rudolph Libbe Properties. A full-service team of companies, the Rudolph Libbe Group provides customized building solutions together and independently. The Rudolph Libbe Group is a single source of comprehensive construction services ranging from site selection and financing, through all aspects of construction to ongoing maintenance.

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