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July 23, 2014–Standby Generator Project Completed

IEA has completed the installation of a second standby generator at a major manufacturer in Postville, Iowa.  The second unit is a 1,000 kW prime power rated diesel generator that had previously been in service at another IEA location and had been placed into IEA’s inventory. This second generator, along with a generator that was continue reading

JUNE 2013—RICE/NESHAP COMPLIANCE

Industrial Energy Applications, Inc. announces that it has completed the installation of Diesel Oxidation Catalyst systems (DOCs) on its fleet of standby diesel generators. The catalyst systems will provide for an approximately 90% reduction in carbon monoxide and other pollutants from the diesel exhaust. The installation of these units is in accordance with recently implemented continue reading

AUGUST 2012—GOING GREEN: SOLAR PROJECT STARTUP

IEA has completed the installation of its first solar installation on a Company building on 12th Avenue in Marion, Iowa. The installation consists of twelve SolarWorld SW240 solar panels arranged in a fixed 2 by 6 array. Each panel’s output is controlled by an Enphase Micro Inverter. The total nameplate output of the array is continue reading

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