John Ahlf Conservation Alliance to Offer Free Energy Consumption Analysis to U.S. Schools and Hospitals.
Online PR News – 11-January-2011 – – Gilmore, MA - Johnathan Ahlf, president of John Ahlf Conservation Alliance, a conservation consultation firm focused on helping homeowners and businesses lower their energy consumption and reduce costs, has launched an initiative to offer free consultations to schools and hospitals across the U.S. The new initiative is an effort to reduce the energy consumption of schools and hospitals, and reduce costs that will result in a better allocation of funding to these organizations.
Johnathan Ahlf of Ahlf Conservation Alliance has spearheaded this initiative and has independent contractors set up all across the nation that are certified to complete the consultations. "Many of the nation's schools are unaware of the potential energy savings they are missing out on," explains Johnathan Ahlf.
Many of the improvements that John Ahlf Conservation Alliance performs can be done at little to no cost to schools and hospitals. "There are many grants available to schools and hospitals looking to become energy efficient. We can reduce a school's energy consumption by up to 60% at no cost to them," says Johnathan Ahlf.
For more information on Johnathan Ahlf and this new initiative check out http://www.johnathanahlfblog.org
About Ahlf Conservation Alliance:
John Ahlf Conservation Alliance was founded in 2009, and began as a consultation firm for businesses looking to reduce energy related costs. Today, John Ahlf Conservation Alliance is a full service firm dedicated to helping homeowners and business lower their energy consumption and reduce costs through simple and effective upgrades. John Ahlf Conservation Alliance is located in Gilmore, Massachusetts and is headed by president Johnathan Ahlf. For more information please visit http://www.johnathanahlfblog.org