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April 22, 2011

Kidder Mathews & Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance Partner to Advance Sustainability

SEATTLE, WA - Kidder Mathews has entered into a partnership with Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA), a non-profit organization committed to supporting energy-efficiency. The team will focus on developing innovative standards and tools to progress Kidder Mathews' energy efficiency practices, which NEEA will later apply to other northwest firms.

Kidder Mathews and NEEA are primarily collaborating to construct a standard of best practices for the firm's property management division to operate properties more effectively. Additionally, the partnership aims to improve Kidder Mathews' internal operations and to understand how sustainability affects Kidder Mathews' brokerage and valuation services. The ability to work with NEEA on an ongoing basis provides an excellent platform for Kidder Mathews to continue to improve its Sustainability Practice, which works throughout the firm to accelerate sustainable solutions for clients.

About Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
NEEA is a non-profit organization focused on supporting energy-efficiency products, services and practices. The organization is supported by the public and private utilities throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.

About Kidder Mathews
Kidder Mathews is one of the largest independently owned commercial real estate firms on the West Coast, with over 400 real estate professionals and staff in 9 offices in Washington, Oregon, and California. Kidder Mathews offers a complete range of brokerage, appraisal, property management, consulting, sustainability, and project and construction management services for all property types. The firm performs $1.95 billion in transactions, manages over 22 million square feet of space, and conducts 1,000 appraisals annually. For more information, go to www.kiddermathews.com.

For inquiries, please contact Karen Benoit at 206.296.9600 or email: kbenoit@kiddermathews.com

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