SANFORD SCHNEIDER, Project Design and Supervision
Prior to his association withIllume Energy Solutions, Mr. Schneider was the founder of ConServ Energy Solutions and the President of Illume Energy Services.
Mr. Schneider was formerly the President and CEO of Cogeneration Partners of America, a private power producer owned by Atlantic Energy and The Columbia Gas System.
Sandy has been a member of the Board of Directors and has served as President of the Southeast Florida Society of Energy Professionals. He received his B.S. at Long Island University and his J.D. at Rutgers University School of Law.
ROBERT MESSING, Electrical Contracting
Messing has been licensed as a Master Electrician in South Florida since 1982. He is also the President of Excel Electrical Group, Inc. and has served in that capacity since 1988. He is a state certified electrical contractor and an active member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors. He is a nationally certified electrical instructor, and is a member of the Broward County Electrical Committee, as well as a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Business Network International and the National Fire Protection Association. He is a graduate of the Jim Moran Institute. Bob is responsible for supervising all electrical work conducted by Illume Energy Solutions.
We have developed alliances with leading energy service companies [ESCOs] including Aelux (a division of WESCO) Ameresco, Energy Conservation & Supply, Johnson Controls and Siemens Building Technologies. Their customers benefit from our expertise in lighting, energy conservation and all facets of electrical contracting.
If you require a qualified, dependable and experienced lighting and electrical service subcontractor, Illume Energy Solutions has the capabilities and know-how to provide you with a state-of-the art energy efficient lighting system. Whatever you or your customers need, you can rely on Illume Energy Solutions.
- The first visible-spectrum LED was invented in 1962 by Nick Holonyak, Jr. at GE.
- The solid-state technology of LEDs make them well suited for advanced control systems and networked ‘smart’ buildings.
- Section 179D of the Federal Tax Code provides a tax deduction for energy improvements including lighting.
- By converting entirely to LED lights over the next 20 years, the US could:
- Save $250 billion in energy costs
- Reduce electricity consumption for lighting by 50%
- Avoid 1,800 million tons of carbon emissions
- Renewable energy now accounts for almost 17% of installed operating capacity in the US