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Energie Holdings, Inc. Announces the Installation of Highly Efficient Enthuse Lighting Fixtures From Energie Selected for Miller Nichols Library and Learning Center at the University of Missouri-Kansas City

DENVER, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 08/12/14 -- Énergie Holdings, Inc. ("Energie" or the "Company") (OTCQB: ELED) is pleased to announce the installation of Highly efficient Enthuse lighting fixtures from Énergie selected for Miller Nichols Library and Learning Center at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Because the installation in the initial phase of the project has performed so well, PGAV has also selected Enthuse for the next phase of the project. Approximately 3,000 linear feet of Enthuse will be installed in the 28,000 SF, $1.5 Million renovation of Miller Nichols Library's second floor, currently under construction.

"Énergie has been an excellent resource for Mercer-Zimmerman for over ten years. It was great to help PGAV find not only an architecturally pleasing fixture but when you combine the performance at a reasonable price it was very apparent that the Enthuse fixture would fit the design and performance criteria for the project," Kate Wimer, Vice President of Sales from Mercer-Zimmerman.

Enthuse from Énergie is 98.7% efficient, has continuous louvers and is available in 4-foot, 8-foot, and 12-foot modules that may be joined together in linear runs of virtually any length. For more information about Enthuse or other Énergie fixtures, please visit www.energielighting.com.

ABOUT PGAV ARCHITECTS: PGAV is a nationally recognized, award winning practice focused on the programming and design of facilities for higher education, science and technology, corporate business, and cultural destinations. They are recognized leaders in sustainable design with 20 LEED certified projects with most at the Gold and Platinum Levels.

PGAV's ongoing success is a result of the creative collaborations they enjoy with visionary leaders, faculty, students and staff who share their passion for the design of flexible, technologically advanced buildings that support new models for experiential learning and team-based education. Principal leadership, focused project management and open communication define the success of each project along with the responsiveness of the client's needs and the commitment to the client's budget and schedule.

ABOUT ÉNERGIE HOLDINGS, INC.: Énergie Holdings, Inc. is focused on acquiring and growing companies that provide specialized LED lighting solutions to the architecture and interior design markets. The Company is headquartered in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.

Its first wholly owned subsidiary, Énergie LLC, with facilities in Zeeland, Michigan is currently targeting the multi-billion dollar architectural, specification-grade lighting fixture segment of the North American lighting fixture market with innovative, differentiated LED lighting products.

Énergie Holdings is continuing to identify and acquire other companies that have proven expertise in LED technology. Targets include:

  • Lighting fixture manufacturers that complement the Énergie LLC product offering,
  • LED component manufacturers who own solid intellectual property, and
  • Internationally recognized consulting firms with experts in the current and future direction of LED technology.

For more information about Énergie Holdings visit http://www.energieholdings.com

For Information email [email protected]

Or contact Investor Relations at 888-490-0708

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