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Florida Automobile Dealer Association (FADA) endorses Future Energy Solutions

MIAMI, Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Miami, FL - The Florida Automobile Dealers Association announced today that it is endorsing Future Energy Solutions (FES).  The South Florida based company is the first in the lighting industry to receive this endorsement.

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The Florida Automobile Dealers Association is the non-profit trade organization for Florida's new-vehicle, franchised Florida auto dealers. FADA provides lobbying, compliance and operational resources, product & service discounts, legal guidance, and more. FADA's primary focus is to enhance the retail franchise automobile industry in Florida, and balance the interests of dealers and manufacturers while promoting a competitive marketplace for Florida consumers.

FES having undertaken lighting installations with major automobile dealership, has a proven track record in providing customers with energy efficient lighting solutions using Induction & LED technologies. Currently, Future Energy Solutions is working on a number of car dealership lighting upgrades for brands such as: Ford, Volvo, Kia, Mercedes, Chevrolet, and Honda.

The lighting project upgrades are installed by FES at no cost to the Dealer and financed through the energy cost savings over time. In addition to the benefit of zero capital expenditure the Dealer has further benefits as FES assumes responsibility for all lighting maintenance over the life of the contract. In addition to these benefits, Dealers have experienced remarkable improvements in their lighting levels alongside significant reductions in their energy costs and consequential savings.

With excellent lumen output, exceedingly slow light degradation rates and extended life span, Induction lighting is often the recommended technology for auto dealerships. FES works closely with customers to design a lighting solution upgrade that fits their business perfectly. Substantial savings can be achieved and are only part of the overall Dealer benefits achieved by FES installations.

President of Florida Automobile Dealers Association, Ted L. Smith said:
"FADA is excited about our new partnership with FES because this innovative lighting concept merges the most important features for any dealership - efficient lighting fixtures, reduced operating costs and flexible financing alternatives.  Induction lighting is the most efficient form of lighting for today's stores and this FES model makes this system affordable for all dealers and lowers future operating costs while transferring ongoing maintenance responsibilities to the FES pros! FES is one of FADA's strongest new programs because there is not downside to this value-added dealer program!"

Note for editors
Future Energy Solutions is a global energy performance solutions provider with offices in London and Miami.  FES are underwriting and delivering Energy Performance Contracts (EPC's) for major asset owners and operators across the United States and Europe.

FES Global is headquartered in Miami with a European base in London.  FES is introducing a particular blend of EPC's to major corporations where lighting and electricity forms a core overhead cost and lighting is vital to business operations.  FES is organically becoming one of the fastest growing EPC providers,  whose target market includes motor dealerships, gas stations, car parks, warehouses, factories, tunnels and roadways.

For further information:
Daniel Gold, President
Future Energy Solutions US Group LLLP
Email:    [email protected]
Website: www.feslighting.com
Phone: 954 660 1552

Media Contact: Jessica Sclafani, Future Energy Solutions, 9546601552, [email protected]

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