Solon, Ohio – (work wire) – Launched by Energy Focus, Inc. (NASDAQ: EFOI), the leader in human-centered, sustainable lighting technologies (“HCL”), a promotion with GridwaysAnd The pioneering gig-driver Assistant mobile application that helps transportation and delivery drivers increase and track profits, expenses, mileage and profitability, to market nUVo™ TRAVELER Portable UVC Air Purifiers for Gridwise Members Nationwide.
The partnership includes a dynamic digital marketing campaign inside and outside the GRIDWISE app to effectively reach over 180,000 active driver members across the country, while offering special discounts and other opportunities to member drivers and their passengers while facilitating a higher level of driver and passenger safety. Gridwise Driver members who purchase a nUVo™ TRAVELER will receive glass stickers specifically designed for car windows to let their customers know that they have taken additional steps to protect them with nUVo™ continuous air purification.
nUVo™ from Energy Focus UVC Portable Air Sterilizers include nUVo™ TRAVELER for cars and personal spaces and nUVo™ TOWER for larger rooms in homes and offices. The nUVo™ Virus Target Air Purifier applies the proven sanitizing power of UVC-254nm light to break down the DNA and RNA strands of airborne pathogens and are engineered to destroy 99.9%+ of airborne pathogens such as mold, bacteria and viruses, including influenza. And coronaviruses and their variants in one pass – or less than a second – across devices. The nUVo™ Air Sterilizers incorporate patent-pending nUVoShield™ UV blocker technology to safely surround powerful UVC lights while maximizing airflow.
Scientific studies have shown that SARS-CoV-2 and its variants are transmitted largely through aerosols. nUVo™ is designed to create personal and portable comfort zones and to make life safer for people and those around them by intercepting and destroying airborne pathogens in real time. Both nUVo™ TRAVELER and TOWER were independent Certified by Intertek Microbiological Tests To reduce between 94.1-99.9% of different pathogens within half an hour in spaces of realistic volume – 100 cubic feet and 1000 cubic feet, respectively.
“People traveling in cars with other occupants are particularly susceptible to airborne pathogens such as SARS-CoV-2 and its variants, given the often confined and enclosed space. The nUVo program is said by Michael Decker, vice president of marketing for Energy Focus. TRAVELER™ provides proven UV Photodisinfection technology by destroying airborne pathogens in real time before they infect others.” This partnership with Gridwise is an exciting and moving start to reaching out to these populations – drivers and passengers – to advocate for and educate the power of nUVo. in providing consistent, chemical-free, filter-free air disinfection and an additional layer of protection for drivers on temporary jobs and their passengers. This is especially important as the battle with the COVID-19 pandemic becomes protracted.”
“A core part of our mission is to enable drivers to maximize profits. As part of our efforts to achieve this mission, we are very excited to introduce nUVo™ TRAVELER to our network of party drivers,” said Brian Segal, Vice President of Business Development and Partnerships at Gridwise. “This programme, available at an exclusive price, will help drivers and passengers stay safe on the road.”
About Energy Focus, Inc.
Energy Focus is a leading innovator of sustainable LED lighting and lighting control technologies, as well as UVC Disinfector (“UV™ by Energy Focus”) solutions. As the creator of the first flicker-free LED lights, Energy Focus develops high-quality LED lighting products and controls that deliver significant energy and maintenance savings, as well as beauty, safety, health, and sustainability advantages over conventional lighting. The new EnFocus™ daily lighting system enables existing and new commercial and residential buildings to provide high-quality, convenient, affordable, dimmable, color-coded and human-appropriate lighting capabilities. In addition, Energy Focus’ patented UV™ technologies and products aim to provide efficient, reliable and affordable UV™ technology through Energy Focus solutions for buildings, facilities and homes.
Energy Focus customers include the United States and allied navies, the United States federal, state and local governments, healthcare and education organizations, as well as Fortune 500 companies. Since 2007, Energy Focus has installed nearly 900,000 lighting products across The US Navy’s fleet, including LED tube lights, waterline safety lights, explosion-proof globes and dock lights, saves more than five million gallons of fuel and 300,000 hours in lighting maintenance annually. Focus Energy is headquartered in Solon, Ohio. For more information, visit our website at www.energyfocus.com.
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