Popular PowerCost Electricity Monitor on Display at Toronto Green Living Show

The Power Cost Monitor, the handy device that lets a homeowner see what their house is spending on electricity in real time, is coming to the Toronto Green Living Show, April 27th to 29th at Exhibition Place.

April 24, 2007: Toronto ON: The Power Cost Monitor, the handy device that lets a homeowner see what their house is spending on electricity in real time, is coming to the Toronto Green Living Show, April 27th to 29thth at Exhibition Place.


It will be exhibited by Blue Line Innovations, the Newfoundland company that invented and markets the device. James McMillan, VP Marketing is available for interviews about the product.

The PowerCost Monitor is fast becoming one of the most popular energy conservation products on the market. Canadians love it because the device helps them to save electricity and money. Plus, by using less energy they're doing something positive for the environment.

Earlier this year, the Monitor was awarded "Outstanding Energy Efficient Technology Deployment of the Year" by the US based Association for Energy Service Professionals (AESP).

Blue Line Innovations offers innovative conservation and demand-side management solutions to the energy sector. Key divisions of Blue Line Innovations are involved in product development, marketing, systems engineering and manufacturing. Blue Line is the only developer and provider of this innovative technology in Canada. Given the global focus on energy conservation, Blue Line Innovations is well positioned to support individuals, utilities and governments in achieving their conservation goals. www.save-electricity.ca

Shaun Markey 613-728-9951
shaunmarkey@rogers.com

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