E-Mon Moves to a Larger Facility

Press Release: Submetering Leader E-Mon Moves to Larger Location

Continued strong growth drives facility expansion; new green facility practices assist bottom line as manufacturing, sales and support activities trend upward.

Langhorne, PA - February 19, 2009 - E-Mon,the electric submetering market leader and manufacturer of the widely installed E-Mon D-Mon® product line, today announced the move of its administrative, manufacturing and support operations to a new, larger facility near its former location in Langhorne, PA. With the exception of the new headquarters street address, all contact information remains the same, including E-Mon’s west coast sales and technical support facility in San Diego.

Coming off a year marked by solid sales growth, the new headquarters facility at 850 Town Center Drive boosts the company’s previous space by 70 percent, positioning E-Mon to rapidly scale operations in response to increasing market penetration of the company’s well-known E-Mon D-Mon® brand in the competitive energy monitoring and management space.

“Nearly doubling our facility size represents a significant milestone in our growth strategy,” said Don Millstein, president and CEO of E-Mon. “In response to growing demand for E-Mon D-Mon hardware and software products in sustainable facilities and other markets, we’re better positioned than ever to ramp up our manufacturing, sales and support operations to sustain our current solid growth in 2009 and beyond.”

From an operations standpoint, a central element of E-Mon’s growth strategy involves implementing aggressive sustainability measures in its own facility. Designed to help E-Mon operate more efficiently, profitably and with greater regard for environmental concerns, a variety of new green facility practices have or will soon become operational, including:
  • 33 percent energy savings through an energy-efficient lighting upgrade that can exceed California's Title 24, ASHRAE 90.1 and IECC, and other stringent energy regulations
  • Facility-wide occupancy sensors, lighting control panels and electric submeters
  • Waterless urinals that annually conserve 40,000 gallons each
  • Water-reducing automated paper towel and soap dispensers throughout facility
  • Upgraded to Green cleaning service utilizing environmentally friendly chemicals and supplies
  • Researching solar panels to generate enough power to support all engineering and production activities
  • Recycling of cans, paper, etc.

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