Published by Biomass Magazine
As of April 1, Roeslein Alternative Energy has acquired Alternate Energy Resources Group, an environmental engineering and construction firm, located in Texas. The two companies have been collaborating for several years on multiple projects throughout Northern Missouri. AERG’s experience and unique skill set will allow RAE to better serve its clients.
Following the acquisition, AERG will be renamed Alternate Energy Resources Group, a Roeslein Alternative Energy Company, LLC, and will still be known as AERG. All of AERG’s employees will become RAE employees and will continue all operations.
AERG was founded in 2007 by Chuck Place and is considered a specialist in the biogas field. Their employees focus on the design, build, and installation of biogas recovery from anaerobic wastewater treatment systems; with an emphasis on upgrading existing systems. AERG has won state and national awards for environmental excellence and benefit to the environment.
“The acquisition of AERG fits perfectly into Roeslein Alternative Energy’s strategic vision to establish itself as a renewable energy leader,” said Chris Roach, President of RAE. “AERG’s experience and unique skill set will allow RAE to better serve its clients while expanding its client outreach.”
The relationship between AERG and RAE dates back to 2015 when they first worked together on the Ruckman Farm project for Smithfield Hog Production. In 2016, AERG and RAE partnered on Locust Ridge. AERG has provided expert services to clients throughout the United States. The continued successful business relationship of the two companies has come full circle to the natural partnership that led to the companies coming together.