NAPLES — Plug Smart, a company that helps businesses and governments reduce their energy output, has expanded its operations to Naples from Ohio.
The company also last month hired Nathan Krieger to be its Southwest Florida senior project development engineer.
“We are excited to provide commercial property owners in Southwest Florida with innovative energy solutions and unparalleled service levels that our customers in the Ohio region have become accustomed to,” says Plug Smart CEO Richard Housh, a Naples resident since 2000 and one of the co-founders of the Naples Pathways Coalition.
Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Plug Smart also maintains offices in Cincinnati, Dayton and Cleveland. The company “provides a key component of creating clean energy solutions for large entities to reduce their carbon footprint and contribute to a healthy community” it says in a press release.
The company says it has assisted more than 250 businesses, school districts and government entities to reduce energy output since its inception.
Plug Smart also has been named to Inc. Magazine's list of 500 fastest-growing privately held companies for three consecutive years.