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News Article | October 29, 2016
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Ce De Candy, Inc. (dba Smarties Candy Company), maker of the iconic Smarties candy, and Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC, a turnkey solar project builder, have completed construction on a 674kW solar project on the roof of Smarties’ Union, NJ facility. The project will be supported by the New Jersey SREC solar incentive program. “This project will help Smarties to operate more sustainably. With over 2,100 solar panels on our roof, we expect to generate nearly half of our candy factory’s energy usage from the sun. New Jersey has been very supportive of solar, making the economics attractive, as well,” said Liz Dee, Executive Vice President of Smarties Candy Company, and granddaughter of founder Edward Dee, who founded the company in 1949. “We chose Dynamic to get these projects built because of their strong execution record and experience with companies like ours, particularly in the state of New Jersey.” “Dynamic Energy congratulates the Smarties team on the completion of this exciting solar project. We were thrilled to help Smarties advance their sustainable efforts and build a cleaner future for the State of New Jersey and us all,” said Mike Perillo, CEO of Dynamic. About Smarties Candy Company Smarties Candy Company is a family owned and operated New Jersey based candy company. Founded in 1949, by Edward Dee, the company now produces and sells over 2 billion candy rolls per year. Smarties are made 24 hours per day in two candy factories located in Union, New Jersey and Newmarket, Ontario. Smarties can be found nearly everywhere candy is sold. About Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC Dynamic Energy, founded in 2007, is a turnkey energy solutions provider that develops, finances, engineers, constructs and operates projects for corporate, industrial and institutional customers. Dynamic builds energy projects that reduce customer expenses, improve operating efficiency, provide an attractive return on investment and achieve sustainability goals. For more information please visit http://www.dynamicenergyusa.com or call 1-877-809-8884.


News Article | November 28, 2016
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A leader in manufactured parts for medical device, healthcare and aerospace applications. Now they are also hosting a state of the art 1.12MW solar array at their 95,000 square foot Berlin, Connecticut location. The power produced by the system both reduces their carbon footprint and significantly lowers their operating costs. TOMZ owns and operates the system, which was developed and built by Dynamic Energy. TOMZ offers services that range from in-house product design to turnkey product manufacturing. “As a high-tech company, it didn’t make sense for us to be relying on higher cost, low-tech traditional fossil fuels,” said Gary Labbe, IT Manager, TOMZ Corporation, “this installation responds to our need to be environmentally responsible and has the added benefit of reducing energy costs which will help us remain competitive in the marketplace.” said Michael Perillo, CEO of Dynamic Energy, “the final design included two rooftop and one ground mounted solar field. We maintained TOMZ operations on-site through construction and interconnection, adopting our deployment strategy to work around their core business.” About TOMZ Corporation TOMZ Corporation of Berlin Connecticut was founded in 1988 and is a leader in the manufacture of parts for major medical device, healthcare, laboratory diagnostic and aerospace industries. Their 95,000 square foot facility houses state of the art CNC machines, inspection equipment, marking, cleaning, assembly and shipping. With approximately 120 exceptional employees, they produce the highest quality parts, accurately and on time. About Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC Dynamic Energy is a turnkey energy solutions provider that develops, finances, engineers, constructs and operates projects for corporate, industrial and institutional customers. Dynamic builds energy projects that reduce customer expenses, improve operating efficiency, provide an attractive return on investment and achieve sustainability goals. For more information please visit http://www.dynamicenergyusa.com or call 1-877-809-8884.


News Article | December 1, 2016
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Brookfield Wire, established in 1947, is a leading supplier of high quality cold drawn metals whose 40 acre campus is now powered by the sun. Brookfield has always put its customers first, and lowering costs while greening its operations is just another way of executing the company’s mission. “Brookfield Wire has been a long-time supporter of the local community, and is always seeking ways to improve its customers experience. Using clean power and dramatically reducing our operating costs is therefore a win-win for us,” said Wayne Lussier, General Sales Manager of Brookfield Wire. “Massachusetts is a leading supporter of the solar industry, helping its companies hedge against rising energy costs. Brookfield Wire saw the advantages of on-site solar, and has worked with Dynamic to deploy one of the larger industrial solar assets in the state,” said Mike Perillo, CEO of Dynamic Energy, “this 40+ year asset will be generating value for them for decades to come.” The 2 megawatt solar array is large enough to provide power to over 300 homes. Dynamic Energy provided all development and construction services, helping to maximize the project’s long-term value through value-engineering and incentive capture. About Brookfield Wire Brookfield Wire is a leading supplier of cold drawn stainless steel, nickel and nickel alloy wire. Brookfield Wire's stainless steel and nickel alloy products are manufactured to the highest industry standards in a broad range of chemistries, sizes, tempers, and finishes. In addition to the standard products outlined below, Brookfield Wire can produce special products meeting rigid individual customer requirements. The plant, located on a 40 acre site in Brookfield, Massachusetts, was founded in 1947, and contains approximately 70,000 square feet of manufacturing area. About Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC Dynamic Energy is a turnkey energy solutions provider that develops, finances, engineers, constructs and operates projects for corporate, industrial and institutional customers. Dynamic builds energy projects that reduce customer expenses, improve operating efficiency, provide an attractive return on investment and achieve sustainability goals. For more information please visit http://www.dynamicenergyusa.com or call 1-877-809-8884.


News Article | October 28, 2016
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Williams College, and Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC, a turnkey solar project builder, have begun construction on 360kW of solar projects on three campus buildings – Hollander, Schapiro and Horn Halls. The projects are supported by the Massachusetts SREC II solar incentive program, managed by the MA Department of Energy Resources. Williams is deeply committed to sustainability and has set a goal of being carbon-neutral by 2020. Last year, the college announced a comprehensive response to climate change, which includes new solar projects on campus and college-owned land. “Dynamic has been very active in Massachusetts, with over 20MW of projects in process, including these exciting projects with Williams. It has been an honor and a pleasure to work with the college, and to be building a cleaner future for us all. We look forward to collaborating with Williams on a number of other projects planned for the coming years,” said Mike Perillo, CEO of Dynamic. About Williams College Founded in 1793, Williams College is the second-oldest institution of higher learning in Massachusetts. The college’s 2,000 students are taught by a faculty noted for the quality of their teaching and research, and the achievement of academic goals includes active participation of students with faculty in their research. Students’ educational experience is enriched by the residential campus environment in Williamstown, Mass., which provides a host of opportunities for interaction with one another and with faculty beyond the classroom. Admission decisions on U.S. applicants are made regardless of a student’s financial ability, and the college provides grants and other assistance to meet the demonstrated needs of all who are admitted. About Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC Dynamic Energy, founded in 2007, is a turnkey energy solutions provider that develops, finances, engineers, constructs and operates projects for corporate, industrial and institutional customers. Dynamic builds energy projects that reduce customer expenses, improve operating efficiency, provide an attractive return on investment and achieve sustainability goals. For more information please visit http://www.dynamicenergyusa.com or call 1-877-809-8884.


News Article | October 29, 2016
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Guido’s Fresh Marketplace, a regional independent quality food retailer, and Dynamic Energy, a turnkey solar project builder, have begun construction on a 385kW solar project on two acres adjacent to Guido’s store in Great Barrington, MA. The project will be supported by the Massachusetts SREC II solar incentive program, managed by the MA Department of Energy Resources. “This project will help Guido’s meet our sustainability goals. Massachusetts has been very supportive of solar and these projects will also help us to save money on utility costs, so it’s worth the effort,” said Matt Masiero, co-founder and President of Guido’s. “We chose Dynamic to get these projects built, because of their track record, local presence, experience with installations like ours, and experience in Massachusetts.” “Dynamic has been very active in Massachusetts, with over 20MW of projects installed and in process, including this exciting project with Guido’s. It has been a pleasure to work with Guido’s, and to be building a cleaner future for us all,” said Mike Perillo, CEO of Dynamic. About Guido’s Fresh Marketplace Guido’s Fresh Marketplace, founded in 1979, is a family-owned, independent grocery store with locations in Pittsfield and Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Four additional locally-owned businesses also operate within Guido’s: Bella Flora, Mazzeo’s Meat and Seafood, The Chef’s Shop, and The Marketplace Specialty Foods in Great Barrington. For more information, please visit http://www.guidosfreshmarketplace.com or follow Guido’s on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Guido’s is located at 1020 South St., Pittsfield, MA, and 760 S. Main St., Great Barrington, MA. About Dynamic Energy Dynamic Energy, founded in 2007, is a turnkey energy solutions provider that develops, finances, engineers, constructs and operates projects for corporate, industrial and institutional customers. Dynamic builds energy projects that reduce customer expenses, improve operating efficiency, provide an attractive return on investment and achieve sustainability goals. For more information please visit http://www.dynamicenergyusa.com or call 1-877-809-8884.


News Article | December 6, 2016
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Bartlett’s Farm is the oldest and largest farm on Nantucket, and will soon be the host of the island’s largest solar installation. Energy is particularly expensive on the island, and the reduced operating expenses will help the farm further serve its customers and the community. This is not the farm’s first foray into renewable energy, having participated in wind energy projects as early as the 1980s. The solar project will be 595 kilowatts, on roughly three acres. The installation will offset 100% of the farm’s consumption, making it one of the only farms of its size in Massachusetts that is run entirely with sustainable energy. “As a seventh-generation business, we are keenly focused on the sustainability of the farm,” said John Bartlett, “and renewable energy helps ensure not only stable and low operating expenses, but also promotes cleaner air and water.” “When you work in solar, it is particularly rewarding when your projects help organizations that are actively supporting their communities and the health of the planet. With an increasing number of acres in organic production and a long history on Nantucket, Bartlett’s Farm is a community leader and has been very exciting for us to work with,” said Andreas Schmid, Vice President of Business Development at Dynamic. About Bartlett’s Farm Bartlett's Farm is Nantucket Island's oldest and largest family-owned farm. Seven generations of Bartletts have been farming the same land since William Bartlett arrived on Nantucket in the early 1800's. Bartlett’s Farm Market is synonymous with quality and variety in all that is offered: prepared foods, groceries, gifts, wine. A few steps out the doors and you will find their full service garden center that houses a vast collection of plants to keep your garden flowering all summer long. For more information, please visit: https://www.bartlettsfarm.com/ About Dynamic Energy Dynamic Energy, founded in 2007, is a turnkey energy solutions provider that develops, finances, engineers, constructs and operates projects for corporate, industrial and institutional customers. Dynamic builds energy projects that reduce customer expenses, improve operating efficiency, provide an attractive return on investment and achieve sustainability goals. For more information, please visit http://www.dynamicenergyusa.com or call 1-877-809-8884.


Patent
Dynamic Energy | Date: 2013-06-04

An energy conversion system for converting between one form of input energy selected from a mechanical energy and electrical energy, and an output energy selected from a mechanical energy and electrical energy using a linearly displaced magnetic component interacting with an orbitally displaced magnetic component.


Patent
Dynamic Energy | Date: 2014-11-17

A vehicle kinetic energy management system includes a first main body having a passive magnetic component movable therewith and a second main body movably attached to the first main body for reciprocal movement there between. The second main body includes an active magnetic component movable therewith and magnetically communicating with the passive magnetic component. One of the first and second main bodies being adapted for engagement with a vehicular component that experiences irregularities of a surface on which the vehicle travels, and the other main body engaging a load-bearing portion of the vehicle for which isolation from vibrations is desired. Interaction of the active and passive magnetic components in response to relative movement of the first and second main bodies translates between reciprocating kinetic energy associated with the vehicle motion over the surface irregularities and electrical energy associated with the active magnetic component.


Patent
Dynamic Energy | Date: 2014-05-22

The invention provides a boiler control system based on delayed cycle control, in which the control is implemented by interrupting a heating device enable signal (such as a BMS enable signal). This means the system can be used with electronic boilers without the boiler being aware (in terms of generating error codes) of the control taking place.


Patent
Dynamic Energy | Date: 2014-02-25

A rotational kinetic energy conversion system includes a magnetic piston with an associated winding and an actuating magnet. Relative motion between the actuating magnet and the magnetic piston causes the magnetic piston to induce a current and voltage in the winding creating electrical energy. The amount of electrical energy induced in the winding is varied by adjusting a spacing between the magnetic piston and the actuating magnet. The spacing may be based on a relative speed between the magnetic piston and the actuating magnet. Maximum energy output may be increased by including additional sets of magnetic pistons and actuating magnets. The spacing between each individual set of magnetic pistons and actuating magnets may be changed to control the energy output.

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