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[February 07, 2013]

ENBALA Receives Technology Merit Award in Smart Grid and Energy Management from Climate Change Business Journal

TORONTO, ONTARIO, Feb 7, 2013 (Marketwire via COMTEX) -- ENBALA Power Networks is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the 2012 Climate Change Business Journal(R) award for Technology Merit in the category of Smart Grid and Energy Management.

Climate Change Business Journal(R) (CCBJ) is a business research publication which provides high value strategic business intelligence to the climate change industry. CCBJ has honored ENBALA along with 33 other companies for business achievement in revenue growth, smart grid & energy management, low carbon & renewable power, energy efficiency innovation, renewable energy integration, climate change adaptation projects, NGO activity and more.

"We at ENBALA are honored to be selected for our proven platform that delivers innovative grid balancing applications to grid operators and utilities through a real-time demand-side storage network," said Ron Dizy, President and CEO, ENBALA Power Networks. "Our platform supports the climate change industry by providing unique solutions that integrate renewable power sources into the grid and reduce greenhouse gas emissions." ENBALA Power Networks was recognized for its grid balancing applications: Grid Balance(R), Wind Integration and Generator Efficiency. These applications support the integration of distributed energy resources and improve the reliability and efficiency of the power system.

"ENBALA serves as a high-standard example of a technologically accomplished Smart Grid company that has proven achievements in the Smart Grid and Energy Management space," said Grant Ferrier, president of Environmental Business International Inc. (EBI, San Diego), publisher of CCBJ. "These commendable accomplishments demonstrate why ENBALA was selected for this award." The 2012 EBJ awards will be presented at a special ceremony at the Environmental Industry Summit XI in Coronado, CA, on March 6-8, 2013. The Environmental Industry Summit is an annual three-day executive networking and educational event hosted by EBI Inc.

Climate Change Business Journal serves as the centerpiece of business intelligence providing detailed market research on nine segments of the Climate Change Industry, including climate change consulting, renewable energy, carbon trading, carbon capture & storage, bioenergy: biomass & biofuels, energy storage, transportation, energy efficiency & demand response, green building and climate change adaptation.

About ENBALA Power Networks(R) ENBALA Power Networks is a Smart Grid solutions company that connects large electricity users to the grid to deliver flexibility to operators and utilities through grid balancing applications. The ENBALA Storage Network captures and then intelligently aggregates demand-side storage available in loads to respond to the real-time needs of the power system, increasing its reliability, efficiency and reducing greenhouse gases. For more information, visit

About the CCBJ Business Achievement Award In October-December 2012, Environmental Business Journal and Climate Change Business Journal solicited nominations for the EBJ/CCBJ Business Achievement Awards. Nominations were accepted in 200-word essays in either specific or unspecified categories. Final awards were determined by a committee of CCBJ staff and CCBJ editorial advisory board members. (Disclaimer: company audits were not conducted to verify information or claims submitted with nominations.) About EBI Founded in 1988, Environmental Business International Inc. (EBI, San Diego, Calif.) is a research, publishing and consulting company that specializes in defining emerging markets and generating strategic market intelligence for companies, investors and policymakers. EBI publishes Environmental Business Journal(R), the leading provider of strategic information for the environmental industry, and Climate Change Business Journal(R), which covers nine segments of the Climate Change Industry. EBI also performs contract research for the government and private sector and founded the Environmental Industry Summit, an annual three-day event for executives in the environmental industry.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: ENBALA Power Networks Holly Dollinger (416) 623-2582 SOURCE: ENBALA Power Networks

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