SOURCE: EnerBrite Technologies Group, Inc.

October 12, 2007 12:56 ET

EnerBrite Technologies Supports Energy Conservation Efforts

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - October 12, 2007) - EnerBrite Technologies Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ETGU) today announced that they support efforts to combat the effects of global warming and unnecessary energy use.

"EnerBrite Technologies Group, Inc. would like to congratulate former U.S. Vice President Al Gore on his win of the Nobel Peace Price for his tireless dedication to warning the general population about the dangers of global warming," said EnerBrite President and CEO Edward Herbert.

"It's easy to take our daily consumption of gas, oil and electricity for granted. However, we are rapidly approaching the point where we risk rendering the planet depleted and uninhabitable. People like Al Gore help us to snap out of the routine of our everyday lives, and force us to face the possibilities of the future -- a future we still have time to change."

The technology marketed by the Company has already helped such businesses and institutions as the University of Central Florida and the Clairon Jacksonville Airport Hotel & Conference Center reduce their energy consumption. Onity Inc.'s SensorStat® direct digital control thermostat is designed to recognize when an occupant enters or leaves a room and to adjust its HVAC system accordingly. Individual SensorStats then transmit information to the innPULSE® master control unit, allowing it to monitor occupancy and to regulate energy use throughout the property. This technology typically results in energy savings of between 25% and 40% per year.

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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