SOURCE: EnerBrite Technologies Group, Inc.

October 25, 2007 10:00 ET

EnerBrite Announces Opening of Baltimore Regional Sales Office

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - October 25, 2007) - EnerBrite Technologies Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ETGU) today announced that its sales division, EnerBrite Sales Inc., has opened a regional sales office in Baltimore.

This office will be responsible for promoting the cutting-edge energy management system distributed by EnerBrite and for developing business in Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, as well as providing information about this technology to the appropriate federal agencies in Washington.

This is EnerBrite's first sales office on the Eastern Seaboard, one of the top markets for the company's products.

EnerBrite has hired Thomas Herbert to manage the Baltimore office. Herbert is a former builder and construction project manager knowledgeable in the use and application of the technologies distributed by EnerBrite. He is well known in this market, having lived and worked in the area all his life.

"EnerBrite is delighted to have Tom on board as we expand our sales program to build interest in our product line and broaden distribution in the US," says Steven Brown, co-CEO and Chief Financial Officer of EnerBrite Technologies. "Tom will contribute tremendously to our efforts, and his technical expertise will be invaluable as we expand our growing network of regional sales offices."

Adds Brown, "This expertise will allow us to effectively position energy management systems with government agencies who develop policy and with the developers, architects and mechanical engineers who create the specifications for new building designs and retrofits."

About EnerBrite Technologies Group, Inc.:

EnerBrite Technologies Group's focus is on introducing performance-related technologies designed to manage energy consumption and control demand. The EnerBrite product line consists of various technologies that not only have the capability of controlling energy demand but can also be the foundation for reconfiguring base building systems. These technologies can substantially change the way building systems are installed and operated (e.g. domestic hot water, hallway ventilation, in-suite heating/cooling, etc.).

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