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Ecobulb and King Country Electric Power Trust save $6 million on King Country homes' power bills
Energy Mad launches LED bulbs in Australia
Energy Mad now has a specialised sales teams to target Australian consumers with its Ecobulb.
The Christchurch company said today that it had partnered Australasian sales force heavyweight Salmat to launch its LED bulbs in Australia.
Energy Mad's share price has been volatile in the past couple of years but has recently recovered from its lows to last trade at 26 cents to give the company a capitalisation of $11.2 million.
Energy Mad sees bright future in LED
Christchurch ecobulb company Energy Mad is aiming for profitability this year, after fronting up to losses for the past three years.
The board of the energy-efficient light bulb manufacturer was grilled by a handful of shareholders disappointed with the falling share price at yesterday's annual meeting.
Energy Mad 'fails to deliver'
Small energy-efficient light-bulb manufacturer Energy Mad beat its breast at its annual meeting today, saying it had failed to deliver profits to shareholders.
Chairman Richard Ramsay told shareholders gathered in Christchurch the company was changing from making and selling compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) to light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs.
Amazon sales fix near - Energy Mad
Energy-efficient light bulb manufacturer Energy Mad says it is still waiting for a resolution of an "out of stock" issue related to a distribution agreement with Amazon.
The Christchurch-based firm announced in late January that it had started selling its energy-saving bulbs through Amazon United States, the world's largest online retailer.
It said that three of its spiral compact fluorescent lamps and one LED (light emitting diode) reflector could be bought online through Amazon under Energy Mad's United States "Ecospiral" brand.