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[October 02, 2012]

ENBALA Power Networks(R) Named to the 2012 Global Cleantech 100 List

TORONTO, ONTARIO, Oct 2, 2012 (Marketwire via COMTEX) -- ENBALA Power Networks has been named to the 2012 Global Cleantech 100 list as a Smart Grid company that engages large electricity users (commercial, industrial and institutional organizations) to deliver real-time grid balancing services to the electric power system. ENBALA's innovative platform balances the real-time supply and demand for electricity - improving the grid's reliability and efficiency while integrating renewable power sources.

The Global Cleantech 100 list is unique in offering a worldwide perspective on the promise of private clean technology companies from countries around the world. A renowned expert panel of 75 global members are drawn from leading financial investors and representatives of multi-national corporations.

"This report celebrates the best in innovation and is the industry standard on gauging where cleantech innovation is headed next," said Sheeraz Haji, Cleantech Group CEO. "This year there were an impressive 8,000 plus nominations from over 85 countries, each with remarkable innovation that is changing today's cleantech landscape." "We are delighted to have been selected among this group of innovators committed to fostering the growth and sustainability of clean technology around the globe," said Ron Dizy, President and CEO, of ENBALA Power Networks. "We've achieved tremendous milestones with our Smart Grid platform and are committed to continue providing innovative solutions to provide flexibility for grid operators through the engagement of electricity users in real-time." -- For complete information on ENBALA Power Networks(R) leadership within the cleantech space, search for ENBALA Power Networks(R) at http://research.cleantech.com/company/.

-- The full report with commentary and insight on the 2012 Global Cleantech 100 is available for download at http://www.cleantech.com/global-cleantech-100/.

About ENBALA Power Networks(R) ENBALA Power Networks operates a state-of-the-art Smart Grid network that pays commercial, industrial and institutional electricity users to deliver intelligent demand-side Grid Balance(TM) to their regional electricity systems while helping to create a more robust, reliable and resilient electric power grid. For more information, visit www.ENBALA.com.

About Cleantech Group Cleantech Group's market intelligence, events and advisory services accelerate market adoption, stimulate demand, and remove barriers to cleantech innovation. A global company with offices in North America and Europe, we connect business leaders with cleantech innovation through the i3 Platform, the most comprehensive, vetted, up-to-date source for insights into companies, investors, financing and relationships across the clean technology ecosystem. Cleantech Group also produces the premier Cleantech Forum(R) and Focus(TM) events worldwide.

SOURCE: ENBALA Power Networks ENBALA Power Networks Holly Dollinger (416) 623-2582 hdollinger@enbala.com www.ENBALA.com Cleantech Group Whitney Bennett Michael Media contact +1 (415) 233-9711 media-services@cleantech.com

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