Partnerships Aid in Community Development
PES and PES Energize are committed to the successful economic development of Giles County with business partnerships between our team and those business and industrial customers that are growing Giles County.
Strengthening business partnerships often means assisting business and industrial customers with complex electrical power issues that frequently require special attention.
From helping to find economies within the business to analyzing the electrical power for quality and consistency, the PES Energize Business Customer Support team is available to help your business with technical support and power programs to help you manage your bottom line.
If you are considering a move to Giles County, we encourage you to meet with us before you even break ground for your facility. Beyond the traditional construction and building engineering business partnerships, we are here to help you anticipate all aspects of your electrical power needs and to help you project those needs as your business grows.
If you are already a part of the Giles County community, we are happy to work with you to look for economies, quality and usage issues and to help you as you continue your successful development.
PES Partners in Giles County Economic Development
Pulaski and Giles County enjoy progressive leadership that is committed to supporting the business community. This focus on business success is demonstrated by the investments made in our local industrial parks, the support of our vibrant retail businesses and a willingness to think creatively to consider new ideas and initiatives.
The Pulaski/Giles County Economic Development Commission provides interested businesses with information and resources that can support a business relocation or expansion within Giles County. Also, the Giles County Chamber of Commerce is always prepared to support the local business community. These organizations exist to support business and encourage Giles County’s development.
Also, the Tennessee Valley Authority provides award-winning economic development assistance to businesses interested in moving to the Tennessee Valley. The Middle Tennessee Industrial Development Association is specifically tasked with supporting industrial growth in Middle Tennessee.
Giles County’s industrial parks have been certified “Deal Ready” by MTIDA’s team of experts..
Business partnership support is available for a variety special business needs, including the following:
- Energy Audits
- Lighting Recommendations
- Power Quality Analysis
- Power Factor Correction Recommendations
- Harmonic Analysis
- Infra-Red Scans of Electrical Equipment
- Compressed Air Leak Detection
- HVAC Analysis
- Billing Explanation
- Valley Investment Initiative Credits
- General Manufacturing Credits
- Interruptable Load Contracts
- Renewable Power Programs
Pulaski and Giles County enjoy a rich history set within a quintessential Southern community. The following links will provide additional information on the area’s many benefits.
Through the Comprehensive Services Program (CSP), TVA and PES provide TVA engineering and technical assistance to commercial and industrial customers to mitigate energy use problems. CSP covers all areas of energy use, including power analysis, technical services, energy use, and predictive maintenance. TVA engineers and technicians deliver high value solutions to power quality issues, power factor corrections, and metering. Other services, such as energy audits, lighting recommendations, infrared scanning, and ultrasonic testing are designed to assist existing commercial and industrial customers remain profitable.
HVAC – Heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning studies examine the sizing of HVAC equipment, offer heating-and-cooling system comparisons, investigate problems with existing systems, and provide recommendations for improvement.
Infrared Scans – Infrared scans of electrical equipment such as transformers, breakers, bus and conductor connections for hot spots, as well as scans for facility heating- and cooling- loss.
Ultrasonic Testing – Ultrasound technology can located compressed air leaks caused by vibration, holes in hoses, loose joints and cracks.
Lighting – Studies provide recommendations for the design of lighting systems in such places as sports fields, roadways, parking lots, and commercial and industrial plants.
Metering – We install temporary metering equipment to gather data on facility electrical usage.
Power Quality – Studies address voltage problems originating inside or outside the facility that adversely affect the end-user.
Water Heating – Studies explore heat-pump water-heater applications, standard energy-efficient water heaters, and cost comparison of electric versus fossil-fuel system.
Wiring and Electrical Distribution Equipment – Studies analyze the facility’s distribution system. Including the sizing of wiring and equipment, and provide recommendations for system improvement.
Power Factor Grounding/Lightning – Grounding study, grounding testing, and lightning-protection recommendations.
Demand-Side Management – Monitoring and testing electrical systems and recommendations related to managing peak demand, energy management opportunities, process, and facility improvements.