BRIDGEWATER, N.J., May 2, 2012 — /PRNewswire/ – Energy Energy Edge Solutions (OTCBB: EEDG) has entered into a national distributorship agreement with Energy Control Equipment, Inc. Energy Edge will immediately begin offering Energy Control’s proven new energy saver, the “Frigitek“, as part of its comprehensive energy projects for building owners, developers, architects, contractors, and businesses looking to enhance their commercial refrigeration efficiencies and dramatically reduce costs.
The Frigitek saves significant amounts of energy and cost in commercial refrigeration systems. It features two-speed operation for evaporator fans – high speed during cooling, and low speed when not cooling. It is designed to be easily and cost effectively retrofitted into existing systems and provides for even higher savings, rebates and tax incentives for Energy Edge customers. In fact, the Frigitek uses less than half the energy of typical motors and reduces heat load approximately 75-80% which results in additional utility reduction for commercial refrigeration, which is notoriously energy intensive.
“Energy Edge is a perfect partner for us,” said Al Linder, President of Energy Control Equipment. “Not only does EEDG represent a tremendous new outlet for our products, but our new partnership gives all of our existing and future customers the opportunity benefit from Energy Edge’s expanded suite of energy engineering, energy management, and consulting services.”
The Energy Edge team is comprised of industry leading Ph.D.’s, Professional Engineers and Energy Experts with over 250 years of combined industry experience. For a complete list of EEDG’s services, please visit www.energyet.com.
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SOURCE: Energy Edge Solutions