We have had a very good experience working with Energy and Infrastructure magazine. We found all the magazine staff to be friendly, courteous and professional. I would recommend others to consider working with the magazine.

-Michael Hastings, CEO
Jo-Carrol Energy

Thank you and your organization for publishing the MCV article in the Energy & Infrastructure Magazine, Spring 2014 Edition. It is a privilege to be associated with a prestigious magazine that reports on this critical aspect of our society as a whole.

We have received several opportunity inquires from other companies based on them reading the article. This demonstrates that the article is already enabling potential opportunities with other stakeholders for our business. It includes both vendors to support our company, as well as expansion opportunities for our business portfolio.

-Pete Milojevic, President and CEO
Midland Cogeneration Venture LP

Nice talking with you today. I greatly appreciated the opportunity to work with Energy and Infrastructure on the article covering the West Side Sewer Diversion Tunnel for the City of Davenport, Iowa. I found the process to be customer friendly and being able to participate in the writing and drafting of the article to proof it prior to press was a huge plus. Providing the photos was also something we appreciated so we could be sure to showcase the project in the best way possible. I would highly recommend any organization with an opportunity to be showcased by your magazine to do so.

-Michael F. Clarke, Director of Public Works
City of Davenport, Iowa

We received the copies of E+I and were very happy with the publication. Perhaps we may work together again in the future. Keep in touch.

-Thomas Hodge, General Manager
Anguilla Electricity Company Limited

The Summer 2011 edition of Energy and Infrastructure included an article on the Water Authority of the Cayman Islands. The article was written after some preliminary research by the writer followed by a brief telephone interview in May 2011 and some follow-up e-mails. We were pleased that the writer was willing to take our comments on the first draft as constructive criticism, so that the published version would properly reflect our message.
We were pleased with the professionalism of the E + I staff during this process. The published article provided some good exposure for the Water Authority, as we received positive comments on the article from our Board, our staff as well as from some of our vendors.

-Tom van Zanten, Deputy Director
Water Authority of the Cayman Islands

Thanks very much for the article on our company in the fall/winter edition of Energy & Infrastructure. It came out great. I’m sure it will increase our visibility in the industry.
I wanted you let you know how much I enjoyed working with you on this project. Your staff were highly professional and helpful, and they were genuinely interested in what we are doing. My schedule is hectic, so I was initially hesitant to sign on, but you made the interview process smooth, painless and interesting.
Thanks again for your excellent work.

-Todd Presson, Chief Operating Officer
Patriot Renewables

I would like to thank the staff at Energy & Infrastructure for the article that was written in the Fall/Winter 2011 edition on the Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District. The article was well written and helped us communicate out to others some of the things we are working on at our treatment facilities in Green Bay and De Pere, Wisconsin. The editorial staff was very helpful and accommodating while working together with us on this article. The questions asked during the development of the article were excellent and well researched. We appreciated the opportunity to work with you and hope that we might do it again in the near future.

-Patrick Wescott, Director of Operations
Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District

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