GTI International Buys Energy Services, Consulting Firm

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GTI International Buys Energy Services, Consulting Firm


GTI International buys energy services, consulting firm

DES PLAINES -- GTI International, a subsidiary of Gas Technology Institute, said it has acquired BKi, a professional energy services and consulting firm serving energy efficiency, energy supply and alternative transportation markets. Terms of the acquisition were not announced.

BKi was founded in Oakland, California, in 1981, and has added offices in Los Angeles and West Sacramento to serve its clients and accommodate staff. The company works primarily on energy efficiency program design, development, implementation, and consulting. BKi operates the California Fuel Cell Partnership, a public/private collaborative focused on bringing fuel cell vehicles powered by hydrogen to the commercial market.

Local suburban man named to top commerce post

GENEVA -- A former top staff member for U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren has been named to lead Illinois' economic development agency.

Gov. Bruce Rauner appointed Sean McCarthy of Geneva to be the director of the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.

McCarthy most recently worked on economic development in Rauner's office and now will lead an agency that oversees tax credits for businesses and other development programs.

The post pays $142,339 per year, according to state documents, and is subject to Senate confirmation. Earlier this year, Rauner signed an executive order to have the agency collaborate with a nonprofit for economic development work.

Japanese burger eatery opening on Golf Road

ROLLING MEADOWS -- Gabutto Burger, a restaurant that puts a Japanese spin on traditional burger fare, is opening its own restaurant in Rolling Meadows later this spring.

Gabutto, which used to have a location in the food court at Mitsuwa Marketplace in Arlington Heights, will have a new shop in the former Jamba Juice at 1410 W. Golf Road.

The Mitsuwa location of Gabutto Burger closed in February 2015, but an online fundraising campaign on Kickstarter raised more than $10,000 to bring the restaurant back to the area.

Their menu included unusual items like a teriyaki chicken burger, a whole soft shell crab burger with Japanese style special sauce, and different variations of seasoned french fries.

Manager Misha Bae said the new restaurant will hopefully open mid-May with a similar menu, but longer hours and more creativity. Owners plan to decorate the restaurant with an anime theme and draw off the several other Asian cuisine restaurants in the area.

Wal-Mart Supercenter set to open on June 22

CARPENTERSVILLE -- With construction on track to be completed next month, an opening date has been set for Carpentersville's new Wal-Mart Supercenter. …

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