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GTI International acquires BKi; operator of California Fuel Cell Partnership

GTI International (GTII), a subsidiary of Gas Technology Institute (GTI), has acquired BKi, a professional energy services and consulting firm serving energy efficiency, energy supply, and alternative transportation markets.

BKi was founded in Oakland, California in 1981, and works chiefly on energy efficiency program design, development, implementation, and consulting. It offers services in training and technical assistance, community development, stakeholder engagement, program administration, and technical regulatory support.

In the transportation arena, BKi operates the California Fuel Cell Partnership, a public/private collaborative focused on bringing fuel cell vehicles powered by hydrogen to the commercial market. BKi provides staffing and management for the organization’s activities and its showcase headquarters in West Sacramento. BKi’s areas of expertise also include water efficiency and advanced power generation with carbon capture and storage.

With this addition, GTI and GTII will have more than 100 energy professionals in the state delivering energy efficiency solutions across diverse markets.

Both in and out of California, GTI is accelerating the use of new and more efficient end use equipment. The GTI family of programs and companies has the comprehensive slate of expertise needed to lower energy consumption, reduce energy costs, and control greenhouse gas emissions for businesses and families.


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