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Tarrant (Fort Worth)

Evaluate energy-related projects or programs to reduce energy costs. Develop, coordinate and implement strategies and policies to reduce energy consumption and improve efficiency. Establish business opportunities with potential clients analyze projects and prepare technical proposals to offer site solutions, including reduce electrical/electronic maintenance costs and improve the efficiency of electricity usage within a facility, thus increasing the overall profitability of our clients. Negotiate service contracts and lead engineering projects across Latin America and the US. Identify energy savings opportunities and make recommendations to achieve more energy efficient operation. Provide consultation to clients or other engineers on topics such as climate control systems, energy modeling, data logging, energy management control systems, lighting or daylighting design, sustainable design, and energy auditing. Provide technical and practical advice and offering training on energy efficiency. Develop promotional activities and materials to publicize particular schemes. Keep accurate records and regularly collecting energy monitoring data. Carry out site inspections and energy surveys. Benchmark energy consumptions against best practice guidelines. Keep up to date with legislation such as the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS).

Must have Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering from an U.S. or accredited foreign college and at least 5 yrs. of progressive experience as Project Engineer. Willingness to travel. At least 2 out of the 5 years of experience working in Latin American Markets. Send resume to: ECS International, Inc

During our May 2017 trip to Africa, we presented to a senior class of engineering students and a couple of Media outlets showed up. This is a short clip from that event. 

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Energy Control Systems

Receives Presidential “E Star” Award for Exports


Fort Worth, Texas — U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross presented Energy Control Systems with the President’s “E” Star Award for Exports at a ceremony in Washington, D.C., on May 22. The President’s “E” Award is the highest recognition any U.S. entity can receive for making a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports.

ECS has demonstrated a sustained commitment to export expansion. The E Awards committee was very impressed with ECS International’s strategic plan for global diversification and its targeted entry into next tier markets. ” said Secretary Ross in his congratulatory letter to the company announcing its selection.

“Exporting is an important part of our sales,” said Jeff Edwards, ECS International President. “Buyers and consumers in foreign markets want quality products made in the United States, and we are honored to receive the “E Star Award.”

In total, Secretary Ross honored 32 U.S. companies and organizations from across the country with the President’s “E” Award for their role in strengthening the U.S. economy by sharing American ingenuity outside of our borders.

U.S. companies are nominated for the “E” Awards through the U.S. Commercial Service, part of the Department’s International Trade Administration, having offices across the United States and in embassies and consulates around the world, tasked with assisting US Exporters in a wide variety of manners.

About the “E” Awards

In 1961, President Kennedy signed an executive order reviving the World War II “E” symbol of excellence to honor and provide recognition to America's exporters. Criteria for the award is based on four years of successive export growth in one or more international markets.

 For more information about the “E” Awards and the benefits of exporting, visit


 ECS Acquires Building


ECS International Inc., which specializes in surge suppression devices, has acquired its headquarters building in southeast Fort Worth, buying the multitenant building at 5500 E. Loop 820 upon learning it was for sale.

Terms of the acquisition was undisclosed.

The two-story, 17,766-square-foot building, called 5500 Centre, on 1.2 acres has been the company's headquarters since 1988. The acquisition gives the company the ability to plan for long-term corporate growth, said Beaux Riley, a broker with Coldwell Banker Commercial Alliance DFW.

"5500 Centre is in excellent condition and has unobstructed freeway exposure," Riley added.

The Class B office building is 98 percent leased with 13 office tenants. Dallas-Fort Worth has seen a growing amount of investor interest as its investment grade continues to improve.