Global Green (G2) Energy Alternatives, LLC, recently opened a satellite office in the Foster-Faulkner building on Main Street, Mathews.
Lori M. Oliver of Onemo, vice president of the company, operates the local office. The company’s main office is in Norfolk, with another satellite in Richmond.
Oliver said G2 began last fall, when a group of industry specialists decided to unite and implement their vision for increasing use of alternative energy sources such as solar, wind, biomass and geothermal. The business consults and designs for alternative energy projects throughout the United States, Oliver said, lining up the equipment and the contractors to perform the on-site work.
The company principally handles large industrial and school energy projects, Oliver said, such as retrofitting the exterior lighting on the Longwood University campus in Farmville and retrofitting the lighting for the large York County Sports Complex in Grafton. Also, G2 has current projects in Alabama, C...
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