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[Excerpt from Servidyne Newsletter]
Welcome to the summer edition of the Servidyne newsletter. We are especially excited to be sharing with you news that Servidyne will be joining forces with Scientific Conservation Inc.(SCI) later this year, pending shareholder and regulatory approval. Click Here for additional information on the merger and where to find it.
Servidyne is a recognized market leader in energy efficiency and demand response services including retro-commissioning; Energy Star and LEED certification; preventive maintenance and rapid request services; manual and automated demand response; energy auditing; and the design, development, implementation, measurement and verification of capital projects that reduce energy consumption and generate attractive returns on investment. For some time, we have been looking to expand our technology offerings in the areas of predictive maintenance, diagnostics and analytics, fault detection, and continuous commissioning of buildings. SCI is the clear industry leader in all of these areas.
We believe the solutions offered by both companies are highly complementary. In addition, we share a mutual vision of using the combination of applied engineering expertise and technology to achieve energy and operating cost improvements, environmental impact reductions, and increased occupant satisfaction in existing buildings. We look forward to continuing the services we currently provide to you and accelerating the development and introduction of new solution offerings around energy efficiency, demand response, building diagnostics and analytics, and smart grid optimization in existing buildings.
Finally, we have included an article (written by yours truly) entitled Five Hurdles to Broadening Demand Response Programs (And How to Overcome Them), as featured in this month’s POWERGRID International magazine, along with some timely information on demand response as we have entered the 2011 summer demand response season.
Thanks and happy reading!
George Plattenburg
Sr. Vice President, Sales & Marketing



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