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Innovator in Automated Continuous Commissioning Solutions Signs Eight New Partners

Berkeley, Calif. – November 2, 2009 – Scientific Conservation Inc., a leading provider of energy efficiency solutions for the $5 billion commercial building market, today announced the introduction of its channel partner program. Based on the success of its SCIwatch Partner beta program, the company is formalizing its channel initiative that will initially be comprised of leading energy related businesses throughout the U.S. and, over time, internationally. Eight new partners have been signed including C&C Group, EchoTech International, Environmental Systems Inc., Hill Services, Inc., Impact Energy Management, Intellire, Lyons Company, Murphy Energy Systems and Vega Media.

"SCIwatch is truly a disruptive technology that will completely change and improve the way buildings are managed and operated in the future. We are in the process of introducing SCIwatch to many of our Asian customers with great success, said EchoTech CEO Rob Watson—considered "the Father of LEED."

Scientific Conservation will provide channel partners with ongoing technical, marketing and sales support, according to Chip Pieper, vice president, business development with Scientific Conservation. “Our strategic channel partners are a critical component of SCIwatch’s go-to-market strategy,” Pieper said. “By partnering with leading energy organizations, we are accelerating our entrance into new accounts while scaling our operations significantly.”

“Once we became aware of the value our customers can realize by deploying the Automated Continuous Commissioning capabilities of SCIwatch, we immediately sought out partnership opportunities with Scientific Conservation,” said Chad Cillessen, senior account executive with C&C Group. “We’ve already introduced the solution to many of our customers in the Kansas City market and are in the process of bringing them online. Partnering with Scientific Conservation will enable our customers to achieve energy efficiency and optimized operational levels never before seen.”

Environmental Systems Inc. (ESI), a leading provider of building controls, automation and energy services, is also among the early members of Scientific Conservation’s channel program. “After learning about how SCIwatch can help cut annual energy spending dramatically by comparing predicted energy and system efficiencies against real-time operations, we’ve been including this breakthrough software-as-a service solution in a number of large proposals to high-end retailers and large municipalities with great success,” said Paul Oswald, president of ESI. “The fact that SCIwatch can integrate with all leading building automation systems and deliver ’on demand‘ automated continuous commissioning represents a huge opportunity for our business and our customers.”

Qualified organizations interested in exploring channel partnerships with Scientific Conservation are encouraged to go to http://www.scientificconservation.com/partners.

About Scientific Conservation, Inc.

Scientific Conservation Inc., (SCI) is a leading provider of energy efficiency and system optimization solutions for the $5 billion commercial building market. The company’s SCIwatch continuous commissioning solution is the industry’s first software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform to continuously maintain system efficiencies against real-time operation. The company is headquartered in Berkeley, Calif., with offices in Atlanta. Follow SCIwatch on Twitter at http://twitter.com/SCIwatch.
 

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