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Leading Commercial and Industrial Vendors and Service Providers Partner With Fast-Growing Noesis Energy To Target New Business Opportunities

Companies spanning energy consulting, energy brokerage, HVAC, lighting and solar technology engage with a growing community of 8,800 users on the Noesis energy measurement and savings platform

AUSTIN, Texas, April 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Noesis Energy, whose energy measurement and savings platform puts businesses in control of their energy costs, signed 15 new marketing partners in recent weeks. These companies, which represent some of the top consulting firms and suppliers to the commercial and industrial energy sector, are looking to drive new business from thousands of Noesis users who are actively identifying and selecting technologies, products and services in pursuit of their energy-efficiency initiatives.

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"The Noesis platform is growing fast and represents an attractive marketing opportunity for any business that offers products and services that can drive energy savings," said Dave Jaros, VP of marketing at Noesis Energy. "We now have more than 8,800 users active on the platform, and these users drove 28,000 unique visits during the first quarter alone. Collectively, these users are managing more than 1.4 billion square feet of commercial and industrial real estate, and are focused on finding ways to reduce energy usage for these buildings. Our marketing partners are able to engage with these highly qualified business opportunities."

The Noesis marketing partners program enables consulting firms and suppliers to the commercial and industrial energy sector to build awareness and connect with thousands of Noesis users through high-value decision-support resources such as project case studies and energy savings calculators.

Companies that recently joined as Noesis marketing partners include: 5 (energy advisory and brokerage services), Advanced Radiant Systems (heating systems), ClarityLUX (LED lighting), Clean Technology Partners (energy-efficiency products and services), Digital Lumens (lighting systems), EcoInnovation Technologies (water heat recovery systems), Energy Integrated Solutions (energy consulting services), Global Energy Audits (energy consulting services), HanitaTek (window films), Lunera Lighting (lighting fixtures), Powerit Solutions (energy controls), Revolve Solar (solar PV panels), Stockton Infrared (infrared thermographic services), tekWorx (adaptive control technology), and Transformative Wave (HVAC controls).

For Tom Quinn, VP of sales and marketing at Lunera Lighting, the Noesis platform is the perfect audience for his marketing programs: "Noesis members are out to save energy, and we can offer energy-saving LED lighting solutions at the right point in their buying cycle. We're striving to amplify energy savings in commercial real estate by accelerating the adoption of LED lighting. Noesis helps us spread the awareness to facility managers, owners, and developers that our solutions are easy to install, simple to use, and affordable to operate."

"Noesis offers a free benchmarking service that attracts facility managers and energy managers, and this provides an interesting opportunity for exposure for our efficiency solution," said Danny Miller, president of Transformative Wave Technologies. "The sales leads we get from Noesis will translate into real projects for our firm and our reseller partners. We believe that Noesis provides a unique business model that can reach prospects for us that we otherwise might not reach. In the end, it is all about sales. We need customers who value what we offer and are willing to write checks."

Kevin Klustner, CEO of Powerit Solutions, sees the potential of using the Noesis platform to connect with energy managers who can take advantage of his company's energy management technology. "We are looking for qualified leads and an opportunity to engage with potential customers through Noesis's platform," he said. "We look forward to sharing our industrial expertise, and growing a forum to discuss the value of demand management in an industrial setting."

Clean Technology Partners (CTP) provides an array of products and services to both the IT and energy sectors. CTP augments the analysis that Noesis users can perform on the platform by providing specific waste-reduction measures they can put to use in their office operations. "We can help Noesis users reduce electricity, paper and ink/toner waste in their everyday operations," said David Harvey, managing director of Clean Technology Partners. "It's a great fit for us because people who use the Noesis platform are the same people who will benefit from CTP's Green IT solutions. Better still, Noesis has put together a program for CTP wherein we pay only for results."

Noesis just announced that industry experts in the Environmental Leader Technology Reviews Program awarded the Noesis energy measurement and savings platform an impressive 3.5 Stars (out of a possible 5), with the judges considering it an exemplary product in its category. Editors at Environment Leader commented: "[By attaining] more than 4,400 registered users representing more than 875 million square feet of space in a little over three months, Noesis positioned itself to be a leader in facility energy management. Judges feel that Noesis is filling a well-documented need." One judge noted, "Noesis is taking the old 'free energy audit' business model to entirely new heights by offering free, web-based analytics and reporting on energy intensity for commercial building owners and managers."

About Noesis Energy

Noesis Energy puts businesses in control of their energy management costs. By combining big data services, energy analytics and industry expertise, our free and premium data services help energy professionals track energy performance and identify opportunities to reduce usage and costs. Noesis Energy is backed by Black Coral Capital and Austin Ventures, and maintains offices in Austin, Texas and Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. For more information, visit www.noesisenergy.com and follow us @NoesisEnergy.

Media Contact: Tim Cox Noesis Energy, +1-650-369-7784, [email protected]

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