Nuevo León, Mexico, 26-November-2010 – Energy Advantage Inc., a leading North American energy and sustainability management services provider, is pleased to announce its entrance into Mexico’s energy and environmental services market. This move is a key element of the company’s global growth strategy.

As part of this expansion, Energy Advantage has opened an office in Monterrey, Nuevo León and hired business development staff to support the company’s growth objectives.

“Energy Advantage is extremely excited to expand its business into Mexico. There’s a growing market demand for energy management services, particularly evident in the commercial sector, which is our primary focus”, Jeremy Newhook, Senior Vice President, Sales, Marketing & Client Services, Energy Advantage. “We believe there is a sizable market for our services in Mexico and we are thrilled to capitalize on this business opportunity”.

Energy Advantage offers a full suite of independent, holistic and managed energy and environmental services. Its services offer a total solution across the full energy use value chain including, data management and reporting, energy procurement, energy efficiency and sustainability management.

The demand for energy and environmental management solutions continue to grow strongly globally due to extreme volatility of energy prices, complexity of energy and environmental challenges, carbon public disclosure regulations and stakeholder demands for demonstrable actions.

About Energy Advantage Inc.

Energy Advantage has a proven track record in delivering comprehensive energy and environmental management solutions to large-scale, multi-facility North American organizations. As a fully independent organization that sits on its ‘customers’ side of the table, Energy Advantage provides managed data services, analysis and solutions which help its many longstanding customers make informed business decisions to achieve improved risk management, lower costs and reduced environmental impact. Energy Advantage has helped its customers across the commercial, industrial and institutional sectors reduce their energy costs by up to 20%, representing $10’s of millions in tangible benefits.