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Enigin Scam Busters Look to Save the Future

LONDON, December 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Unscrupulous opportunists are looking to make a fast-buck from the booming energy efficiency industry.  In response, Enigin - a leader in the industry -  are dedicated to act as Scam Busters and provide sound, experienced advice on the current welfare of business and the future of the planet and the economy.

Enigin have announced their determination to promote energy efficiency and expose unscrupulous opportunists looking to take advantage of the uninformed consumer.  Their Scam Busters program is key to achieving their objectives.  

Enigin believes that as energy efficiency is one of the world's fastest growing industries, it is inevitable that certain underhanded individuals and organizations will look for a fast buck by promising clients an undeliverable return on investment.

"These rip-off and scam artists will paint a picture of substantial energy savings, by offering what seem to be simple, effective and easily installed gadgets - the reality soon hits home, as once the outlay has been made the returns are either tiny or even non-existent."

Troy Wrigley, Enigin Plc

The company seems determined to expose unscrupulous companies with the Enigin Scam Buster program.  Using their worldwide network of distributors utilizing Enigin plc's Real-time energy analyzer Eniscope.  Being able to monitor not only your energy consumption, but also the actual savings you are making and where is vital for organizations to make the right choices when faced by an array of emerging technologies, which is what the Eniscope does, visibly displaying what is happening with energy use in real-time.

Enigin are also concerned that the scam artists are sullying the reputation of real energy saving companies and misleading the consumer, just when the industry is rocketing through an ever increasing demand.  

"I believe this is as a result of three factors that conspire together on the global scene that are taking us ever closer to 'tipping point.'"  

Ian Wrigley,  Enigin Plc

Wrigley's 'tipping point' factors involve the reality of climate change, finite current fuel supplies and the global financial crisis. These all add to the urgency of the situation and the importance of using genuine, advanced energy saving technology.

A general global consensus that now is the time to cut energy waste and improve the environment for now and the future, demonstrates why it is good news that Enigin have set up their Enigin Scam Busters scheme using their Eniscope to prove that their energy saving efforts and investments are working for them and their futures.

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