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Encelium Technologies To Exhibit At GovEnergy 2011 Trade Show In Cincinnati

Encelium Technologies will showcase its innovative energy management and lighting control systems at GovEnergy 2011: A River of Energy Solutions Workshop and Trade Show, Booth #834, from Sunday, August 7 to Wednesday, August 10, 2011, at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. At the trade show, attendees will get an insider’s look at Encelium’s new Polaris 3D, its next generation of lighting control software for the company’s Energy Control System (ECS).

A first software application of its kind in the lighting control industry, Polaris 3D offers users a single 360°, three-dimensional navigation in a multi-floor view. With Polaris 3D, users will no longer need to navigate through single floors, or a ‘tree architecture,’ to control lighting in their facility. Instead, they will have all of the key data at a glance, enabling them to optimize energy savings and improve occupant comfort and productivity with ease. The new software will be available in August.

“Dramatic technological advances in the lighting control industry, such as our development of Polaris 3D, continue to change the energy management landscape,” said Rick Schuett, vice president of sales for Encelium “It’s important for professionals in the federal sector to stay on top of product innovations and learn about the great strides being made in energy efficiency, and our presence at GovEnergy will help facilitate that education.”

For the past 13 years, GovEnergy has brought together the nation’s leading experts in policy, technology and facility operations to address the challenges of federal energy management. GovEnergy seeks to deliver thought-provoking insight to federal employees and stakeholders working to meet mandated energy goals.

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