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SCIenergy Selected by AlwaysOn as an GoingGreen Silicon Valley Global 200 Winner

SCIenergy, Inc., the global leader in cloud-based energy management solutions for building owners and operators, today announced that it has been chosen by AlwaysOn as one of the GoingGreen Silicon Valley Global 200 winners. Inclusion in the GoingGreen Silicon Valley Global 200 signifies leadership amongst its peers and game-changing approaches and technologies that are likely to disrupt existing and entrenched players in green technology. SCIenergy was specially selected by the AlwaysOn editorial team and industry experts spanning the globe based on a set of five criteria: innovation, market potential, commercialization, stakeholder value, and media buzz.

“We are honored to be selected as a GoingGreen Silicon Valley Global 200 winner,” said SCIenergy CEO Steve Gossett, Jr. “On behalf of all of my SCIenergy teammates, I’d like to thank the selection board for this award for recognizing our potential to completely change the energy efficiency market.”

SCIenergy is dedicated to optimizing building energy performance by leveraging a unique combination of technology and financial solutions to provide large scale energy efficiency to the built environment. SCIenergy’s solutions rely on both its cloud based building optimization software platform known as SCIwatch as well as its unique Energy-Efficiency-as-a-Service model known as a Managed Energy Services Agreement (MESA). Through MESA, building owners are able to acquire the beneficial use of energy efficiency upgrades through an “as-a-service model”.

“This year’s GoingGreen Global 200 displays a maturity in the green technology industry that makes it very attractive to both investors and innovators. Greentech research is maturing rapidly, and as it couples with technology innovators and investors, companies are emerging that have the ability to change the way we live our lives for the better and bring huge returns to their founders and funders,” says Tony Perkins, founder and editor of AlwaysOn. “This year’s GoingGreen Global 200 winners are pushing the bounds of how technology can bring about change in the war on our planet’s waning resources. The strength of these companies lies in their ability to nurture innovative ideas and see them through to successful, sustainable, and profitable businesses.”

SCIenergy was selected from among thousands of domestic and international technology companies nominated by investors, bankers, journalists, and green technology industry insiders. The AlwaysOn editorial team conducted a rigorous three-month selection process to finalize the 2012 list.

SCIenergy and the other GoingGreen Silicon Valley Global 200 companies will be honored at AlwaysOn’s seventh annual GoingGreen Silicon Valley, November 27th and 28th, 2012. GoingGreen Silicon Valley is a two-day executive event where cutting-edge greentech CEOs meet the movers and shakers from the biggest industries on earth. Green technology innovators are transforming trillion dollar industries—and the solutions they are delivering not only promise to clean up pollution and restore ecosystems, but bring abundance and prosperity to everyone on earth.

A full list of all the AlwaysOn GoingGreen Silicon Valley 200 winners can be found on the AlwaysOn website.

About SCIenergy

SCIenergy is the global leader in providing cloud-based energy management solutions for building owners and operators to optimize the performance of their portfolios. The SCIenergy cloud™ integrates high-tech software solutions with high-touch building and energy expertise. SCIenergy and its partners have multiple offerings for portfolio owners, from advanced energy management to Intelligent Retro-commissioning, and capital improvements—all provided for a monthly subscription fee.

Industry accolades include, six-time ENERGY STAR® Sustained Excellence Award winner, four-time ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award winner, Global Cleantech 100 & Rising Star Award 2011, and Business Partner in GE’s Ecomagination Challenge 2010.

About AlwaysOn

AlwaysOn is the leading business media brand networking the Global Silicon Valley. AlwaysOn helped ignite the social media revolution in early 2003 when it launched the AlwaysOn network. In 2004, it became the first media brand to socially network its online readers and event attendees. AlwaysOn’s preeminent executive event series includes the Silicon Valley Innovation Summit, OnMedia, OnHollywood, IMPACT Venture Summit Mid-Atlantic, Venture Summit East, OnDemand, Venture Summit Silicon Valley, OnMobile, and GoingGreen Silicon Valley. The AlwaysOn network and live event series continue to lead the industry by empowering its readers, event participants, sponsors, and advertisers like no other media brand.

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