We specialize in Energy Infrastructure projects behind the customer’s utility meter

Industrial Energy Applications, Inc. located in Iowa is an energy services company specializing in energy infrastructure projects behind the customer’s utility meter. Our preferred business model is to build, own, operate and maintain energy and infrastructure assets for customers on their sites, but we are willing to do turn-key projects and to operate and maintain assets owned by the customer. Our target customers are in the industrial and large commercial space in the Midwest.

Operating your business carries enough risk without worrying about power interruptions and reliability. IEA will help you eliminate the distractions associated with energy reliability and will allow you to focus on your core business.

The fact is power quality and reliability is a vital consideration in protecting your bottom line.

The power to keep you connected – IEA

Featured Services

Standby Generation

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Standby Generation

There are many reasons businesses choose to maintain standby generation at their sites. Read More

Project Development

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Project Development

Project development is a necessary, but often under appreciated first step in any successful… Read More

Asset Management

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Asset Management

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IN THE NEWS

APRIL 2011–INITIAL IEA BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTION

In accordance with Corporation Bylaws, the shareholders of Industrial Energy Applications, Inc. elected the members of its Board of Directors, including; Bryan P. McGlothlin Randy J. Portz Timothy R. Bennington Laurie L. Dawley Steven R. Loundsbery Members are expected to serve a term of one year, or until the next annual shareholders meeting in April continue reading

MARCH 11, 2011–INDUSTRIAL ENERGY APPLICATIONS, INC. ACQUISITION

On March 11, 2011, Alliant Energy Resources LLC sold its wholly owned subsidiary Industrial Energy Applications, Inc. via a leveraged buyout (LBO) of current and former management members. The terms of the transaction other than it being a stock sale were not disclosed. At the time of sale Rand J. Portz, Bryan P. McGlothlin and continue reading