EnerLume Energy Management Corp. (EnerLume) said that its energy efficiency product EnerLume | EM is selected by a retail chain to install in 96 of their stores. EnerLume | EM is a new product which is most adaptable to the facilities that are heavily dependent on the fluorescent lighting, like retail chains and businesses in the industrial, commercial, educational and the parking garages sectors.

The sales and the installation of these units, sold by the power reduction services, an EnerLume Master Channel Partner, are scheduled to start in February 2009 and are anticipated to qualify for a refund through The Clean Air Fund and a federal tax deduction from the Energy Policy Act of 2005.

‘This leading Retail Chain was pleased with the 15% savings our EnerLume | EM(R) product generated during testing at the initial store and the ease of connecting it to the store’s lighting panel,’ commented David Murphy, chief executive officer of EnerLume. ‘After a due diligence process and positive economic and environmental results, we are excited that this Retail Chain has chosen 96 stores for installation of The EnerLume | EM(R).’

The product uses a patent pending algorithm to abolish a small portion of the sine wave where lighting system draws current but does not efficiently produce the light. The product offers a proven energy savings of 15% with virtually no perceptible loss of light.

‘Lighting accounts for approximately 40% of a retail, commercial or industrial business electric utility bill. With the economic cost of energy rising and the demand for energy conservation continuing to increase, companies need advanced design systems that provide new levels of efficient utilization of energy and utilities that can reduce costs while improving the environment,’ commented Murphy. ‘With innovative products like EnerLume | EM(R), companies have the ability to save their organizations money today while helping to achieve their environmental goals.’

Murphy continued, ‘This important new business win, coupled with our recently announced private brand label agreement (Dec. 10, 2008) we believe further validates our technology and should position EnerLume Energy Management for a strong start in 2009.’