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US Energy Group, Special Applied Intelligence and Sprint Collaborate to Make Buildings More Energy Efficient

FRESH MEADOWS, N.Y. July 26, 2011 US Energy Group Special Applied Intelligence ManagedGrid.net New York City

According to the U.S. Green Buildings Council, residential and commercial buildings account for 39 percent of carbon emissions, with the Department of Energy citing commercial buildings as responsible for 15 percent of greenhouse gas emissions. BEMS are an essential technology in the endeavor to make buildings more energy efficient. The USE Controller BEMS reduces fuel use by 15-35%, with payback in less than two years. In this recent five-building trial, fuel use decreased by 22%. Similar results have been demonstrated across numerous portfolios. Additionally, tenants said they were much more comfortable with the building temperature and no longer had to open windows to vent excess heat.

ManagedGrid.net is a turn-key Internet access solution, designed specifically for use in building applications such as US Energy’s USE Controller BEMS. Other common uses of ManagedGrid.net include building security systems, video surveillance, key-fob entrances, and virtual doorman systems. Unlike traditional ISPs, Special AI can install ManagedGrid.net at new sites and get them on line in just a couple of days.

D. Fritz Kunstler

Wayne Ward www.sprint.com/m2m

Jerry Pindus

Carl Murray

www.use-group.com Tom Scali Steve Guerrero Rick Francis [email protected] www.sprint.com/m2m

SOURCE US Energy Group

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