For Immediate Release
Phoenix, AZ – January, 2012
Phoenix-based tax and energy consulting firm, Capital Review Group (CRG) has joined the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA). CABA is an international not-for-profit industry association dedicated to the advancement of intelligent home and intelligent building technologies supported by an international membership of nearly 300 companies. Member companies are involved in the design, manufacture, installation and retailing of products relating to home automation and building automation. Public organizations, including utilities and government are also members.
CABA is dedicated to advancing integration of automation for residential and commercial buildings, helping members create increased market opportunities, supporting multi-disciplinary partnerships, while serving as a preferred global source of information, knowledge and networking for key stakeholders.
“We are pleased that Capital Review Group has joined our organization,” says Ronald J. Zimmer, CABA President & CEO. “The Continental Automated Buildings Association is dedicated to growing business opportunities throughout the respective home and building automation industries through networking opportunities and insightful market research. The addition of Capital Review Group will ensure that CABA members have access to a fellow member that offers high-quality energy advisory services.”
Since 2004, CRG has been a leading partner for contractors, engineering firms, and architects in co-creating strategies to improve clients’ return on investment (ROI) through energy efficient design and tax incentives. CRG works with clients to provide assurance that energy projects will achieve maximum value from the perspective of engineering and technical performance as well as federal tax incentives and financial performance.
CRG founder and CEO, Marky Moore, says, “We are excited to join the other members of CABA and have the opportunity to share our expertise in the industry, especially regarding tax strategies related to automated building projects. We believe that our experience and industry focus ties in perfectly with the mission of CABA and will add valuable perspective to CABA’s existing body of knowledge.”