Attendees network prior to the event. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Cars equipped with the SMART Air Fuel Saver outside of Extreme Energy Solutions. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Information about Extreme Energy Solutions and corporate partners. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
A section of the audience at the Experts of Sustainability event. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Samuel K. Burlum, CEO/President of Extreme Energy Solutions. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Michael Holler, Fuel Economy Expert. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Beverly White of BKW Transformations Group. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Al Cole, CBS Radio, and Live 365 Radio Personality. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Al Cole passes the microphone to Dan Hollis of Grey Sky Films. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Lovely Thornton discusses the importance of mentoring children. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Al Cole engages members of the audience including Patrick Kitson Robinson, of SMART Air Fuel Saver, LLC in Pennsylvania. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Jeff Smith shares with the audience about the paradigm shift in society in terms of the new era of sustainability. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Panelists Michael Holler, Beverly White, and Al Cole answer questions for the audience. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
‘Experts of Sustainability’ Make Appearance at Extreme Energy Solutions
Saturday, July 14, 2012 • 12:32am
OGDENSBURG, NJ – More than 100 people from around the county, and around the country flocked to Extreme Energy Solutions for a “Meeting the Experts of Sustainability” panel on Friday at the company’s headquarters.
The event was part of a series of events the company has hosted this week. And In addition, the company also coordinated SMART Tech training classes for their technicians, and training for their sales staff.
Today, members of the public, shareholders, and other special guests were invited to attend the panel event.
Samuel K. Burlum, CEO/President of Extreme Energy Solutions recognized Professor Robert J. Gallagher, Executive Chairman of the World Green Energy Symposium (WGES) Council, and Daisy Gallagher of Gallagher & Gallagher Worldwide.
He also recognized Sandy Mitchell of the Spirit of the Arts Foundation for coordinating the events, including upcoming events on Saturday.
“Whether you’ve taken a monetary risk, or risk of introducing us to one of your networks, we hope we haven’t disappointed you,” Burlum told the audience at the start of the program.
Among the panelists at the event were Fuel Economy Expert, Author and Automotive Industry Influence Michael C. Holler; Beverly White, President of BKW Transformations Group; and Al Cole, CBS Radio and Live 365 Radio Personality, Author, and Communications Director of the WGES.
Holler presented on “The Science of Fuel Economy”.
Burlum first introduced Holler, who he described as his mentor. Holler, on the other hand said, he has now watched his student [Burlum] surpass him in a number of ways.
“I am now Sam’s student,” Holler said.
Holler described the atmosphere surrounding the culture at Extreme Energy Solutions as one with “higher thinking people with heart.”
Holler discussed the importance of fuel economy in preserving the Earth’s future.
“We know we cannot continue using fossil fuels as we have,” Holler said. “Fuel economy is a big package deal. What we’re doing is a small step today, and necessary steps for the planet to survive.”
Holler said historically the attempt to conserve fuel is “nothing new”.
However, rules and regulations have been obstacles those who have stepped up to the plate with new inventions have come up against, said Holler.
Holler explained how the SMART Air Fuel Saver removes harmful crankcase vapors which gets into the engine and eventually out of the tailpipe and into the environment, and, in turn, helps fuel to burn more efficiently and cleanly with less environmental impact.
Holler said the performance industry was over a $38 billion industry in 2008, yet one out of 500 cars have performance products in them. Now, he added, products like the SMART Air Fuel Saver have gained momentum, and eventually the numbers will change to one out of two cars.
“You guys are the pioneers,” Holler told the Extreme Energy Solutions employees.
White spoke next on the “The Art of Sustainability”.
Her company is BKW (Business Knowledge Workforce) Transformations Group, and the New York New Jersey MSDC Top Supplier of the Year. The company, from Piscataway, NJ has worked with companies to assist them with business architectural processes. She helps to connect companies with green vendors, and create transparency for businesses.
“For us, it’s about people, planet, and profit,” White said.
BKW Transformations Group can act as a data hub to save companies money, and reduce carbon emissions by “doing things accordingly”, said White.
The VENUS system is the product the company uses to help green businesses measure sustainability.
BKW is a strategic partner of Extreme Energy Solutions.
Cole was the final speaker, discussing “Community Engagement”.
Cole brought up the energy within each individual to help bring about change, especially in terms of a “love energy”, even within business.
“What do you think is the most sustainable energy in the world itself? Cole asked the audience. “There’s nothing like human energy, it’s the key to what we do. We can create excellence in energy within each other.”
Cole suggested when individuals are passionate about a product relationships develop between parties.
“I have learned so much from our human family,” Cole said. “When you have that love relation, you have created a community of lovers, including those buying products. When we get proactive, we get co-active.”
The panelists participated in a question and answer session following each of their turns at the podium.
Burlum wrapped up the event with some closing comments.
“Our society has been hijacked, and now it’s time to get it back,” he said. “Each of us has a place in doing that, and each of these panelists has done it.”
Free programs continue at Extreme Energy Solutions on Saturday, including the official launch of all of TheAlternativePress.com sites for Sussex County, and announcements by the Board of Directors at Extreme Energy Solutions.
Editor’s Note: Extreme Energy Solutions is a corporate partner of TheAlternativePress.com.