Calgary to install Lumen IQ(TM) energy-saving street light technology as pilot project

Streetlight Intelligence Inc. ("SLQ") is pleased to announce that it is piloting the Lumen Light System in Calgary.

VICTORIA, BC, Oct 10, 2008 - Streetlight Intelligence Inc. ("SLQ") is pleased to announce that it is piloting the Lumen Light System in Calgary.

The pilot system is comprised of 500 Lumen IQ(TM) Lamp Controllers, a number of Lumen IQ(TM) Station communication hubs and the Lumen IQ(TM) Central software package. The system will undergo a one-year evaluation to confirm its ability to improve street light efficiency as part of the city's progressive climate action plan.

"Calgary is working to reduce energy and maintenance costs and to reduce light pollution, while still maintaining a safe level of lighting in communities," states Vince Krynski, CEO of SLQ.

About the Lumen IQ(TM) Street Light Optimization System

The Lumen IQ(TM) Street Light Optimization System has the capability to track real time energy use and to accurately measure energy savings. It also allows dispatch crews to collect information on maintenance needs, such as

lamp failures, and to monitor the performance of individual street lights, which enables proactive maintenance and reduced response times.

About Streetlight Intelligence Inc.

Streetlight Intelligence Inc. develops advanced street light optimization systems. Trademarked as Lumen IQ(TM), SLQ's technologies provide improved lamp performance, adaptive lighting control, and system-wide communications for centralized street light management. They enable street light operators to significantly reduce their community's energy consumption, maintenance costs and environmental impact.

SLQ is a public company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol "SLQ".

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