LOS ANGELES, May 5 /CNW/ - Axis Technologies Group, Inc. (Pinksheets:
AXTG), Energy Innovation Group (EIG), a leading energy efficiency integrator,
advised today that Axis Technologies Group, Inc.'s. load shedding demand
response ballast recently announced for introduction at this week's Lightfair
International trade show in New York City could become a standard tool for use
by utilities to help control energy use during high energy demand periods.
EIG Managing Director, Sid Pelston, said, "The marketplace has long
waited for a product with these ballast specifications as indicated by Axis.
The new Axis load shedding ballast will be the first energy savings lighting
product of its type, which can reduce energy generally an average 40% to 50%
use through all daylight hours, but which also allows utilities and energy
users to immediately further reduce power use remotely through the load
shedding control of the Axis ballast when there is an energy alert indicating
supply may become insufficient to meet the immediate requirements for energy.
Utility incentive programs generally provide rebates for reduction in kilowatt
hour usage to encourage an overall reduction in energy use."
Mr. Pelston continued, "To our knowledge, the Axis ballast has been the
only proven reliable product available with individual photo-sensor control
which automatically reduces power in all areas with daylight entering the
space to maintain light levels and significantly reduce power use.
"In California alone, we can see an annual market demand of 500,000
ballasts statewide over the next few years as more utilities act upon State
and Federal mandates to pursue energy efficient technologies that maximize the
management of their power grids. We look forward to significantly expanding
the incorporation of Axis's ballasts in our energy audit plans."
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About Axis Technologies Group, Inc.
Axis Technologies Group, Inc. (www.axistechnologyinc.com), through its
wholly owned subsidiary, Axis Technologies, Inc., designs, manufactures and
markets a proprietary line of energy-saving and daylight harvesting electronic
dimming ballasts for the commercial lighting industry.
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