Utilizing roll-up acquisition strategy in the highly fragmented energy efficiency industry, including software, refrigeration, lighting and HVAC segments. Blue Earth recently acquired Xnergy, an awardwinning, profitable energy services company with $18 million in 2010 revenues, which exemplifies the type of companies Blue Earth will pursue.
Management team has extensive experience at successfully executing a high-growth roll-up strategy; CEO grew AgriBioTech to $350 million through 34 acquisitions in four years.
Utility rebate programs expected to drive growth for the energy efficiency services sector.
The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory projects that U.S. spending on energy efficiency services will increase from $18 billion in 2008 to as much as $80 billion by 2020.
Blue Earth specializes in energy efficiency services for small commercial businesses and residential segments. The energy efficiency services market is estimated to be over $15 billion, and this highly fragmented industry offers a tremendous opportunity for synergistic mergers and acquisitions. Utility ratepayer-funded energy efficiency spending is expected to increase from under $6 billion in 2011 to over $12 billion by 2015. Blue Earth’s proven management team, with its experience in completing acquisitions and identifying high-quality companies, will enable Blue Earth to expand as new opportunities arise. The energy efficiency market is developing rapidly, and Blue Earth is poised for explosive and profitable growth.
Blue Earth, Inc. is engaged in the clean technology industry with a primary focus on the energy efficiency services and renewable energy sectors. The Company offers products and services that will optimize energy use, reduce harmful environmental emissions and substantially reduce energy costs for their customers. Producing a Kilowatt costs 7x the cost of saving a Kilowatt.
Blue Earth has a merger and acquisition strategy to acquire, license, develop, market, install and monitor clean-tech related, innovative technologies and energy management systems. These technologies are designed to enable customers to reduce their energy consumption, lower their generating and maintenance costs and realize environmental benefits. The targeted technologies typically include various ways for small commercial businesses and residences to improve the efficiency of building systems, such as refrigeration, lighting and heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
Blue Earth’s CEO, Dr. Johnny Thomas, has over 30 years of experience in founding several public companies, including AgriBioTech, Inc., which grew from $29K in annual revenue to over $350M in only four years. AgriBioTech became the sixth largest seed company in the world, and Dr. Thomas won the "Entrepreneur of the Year" award from Ernst & Young in 1998 for the successes of AgriBioTech.