SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Scientific Conservation Inc. (SCI), a leading provider of energy efficiency via system optimization, predictive maintenance, and Automated Continuous Commissioning (ACC) solutions for the $5 billion commercial building market, today announced it has appointed Rob Watson, Chairman, CEO and Chief Scientist of EcoTech International, to its team of sustainability advisors, creating the most distinguished board of thought leaders in the global Green Building Sector.
"It is no coincidence we invited Rob to join what is one of the most noteworthy advisory boards in the green building movement. As a scientist and a businessman, Rob understands the significance of what millions of square feet of energy efficient buildings can mean to the future of managing climate change," said Russ McMeekin, CEO, Scientific Conservation Inc.
"Scientific Conservation's new SCIwatch product is a game-changer in terms of making and keeping facilities green. It's very exciting working with an innovative company and some of the world's best minds in sustainability to help realize this technology's full potential in buildings," said Watson.
Watson was the founding Chairman of the LEED Steering Committee and is a former Director and Vice Chairman of the USGBC. He was the first recipient of the USGBC's Innovation Award in 2002. Watson is also a green building advisor to several municipalities and provinces in China, where he was the first foreigner to receive a Green Building Innovation Award from the Ministry of Construction for his promotion of green buildings and his assistance to the Chinese government in developing energy-saving standards for commercial buildings and residential buildings that reduce energy consumption by 50%.
Scientific Conservation Inc., (SCI) a leading provider of energy efficiency via system optimization, predictive maintenance, and Automated Continuous Commissioning (ACC) solutions for the $5 billion commercial building market. The company's suite of Automated Continuous Commissioning (ACC) solutions uses the industry's first software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform to help cut annual energy spending by comparing predicted energy and system efficiencies against real-time operation. The company's headquarters are in San Francisco, CA, with its technology center in Atlanta, GA. For more information, visit www.scientificconservation.com.
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