Bridgestone Associates, Ltd is celebrating 25 years in business. Started in mid-November 1991, Bridgestone Associates has successfully provided energy-related technical and management consulting services to a wide range of industrial, commercial, institutional and governmental clients over the past 25 years. With a primary focus on the efficient generation and use of energy, Bridgestone Associates has worked on projects throughout the USA and around the world, providing new and repeat clients with mature and un-biased consulting and technical support services as they evaluate, develop and implement energy generation and energy efficiency improvement strategies.
Over the past 25 years the Company has conducted over 250 feasibility studies and early stage development projects for clients on over 20,000 MW of power generation projects including Combined Heat and Power (CHP), Independent Power (IPP) and utility power plants and over 2,400 MW of renewable wind, solar, biomass and hydro projects. During the same time the Company has conducted energy audits of over 20 million square feet of commercial, industrial and institutional facilities.
"I started Bridgestone Associates in 1991 to offer specialized expertise and services to owners and developers of CHP and IPP power generation projects, and to help make a difference in the efficient generation and use of energy," said Martin Anderson, Founder and President of Bridgestone Associates, Ltd. "I am pleased to say we have been successful in achieving those goals, providing expertise in both the generation of energy and in its efficient and economical use" continued Mr. Anderson. "I would like to thank all of our clients, past and present, for their faith in us over this past quarter century. We have had the opportunity to work closely with many interesting clients on numerous fascinating projects utilizing a wide range of traditional and renewable or waste fuels, and in many intriguing locations around the world. These projects have taken us as far afield as the Sahara Desert in Mali, the jungles of Brazil, a former Russian ballistic missile factory in Ukraine, the Mekong River in Laos, and post-civil war-torn Liberia, as well as projects closer to home throughout the USA."