By San Francisco Business Times

Scientific Conservation Inc. has raised $15.65 million in a second round of funding, the company said Wednesday.

The funding round was led by Barry Schuler, managing director of DFJ Growth Fund.

Also joining in the round were existing investors DFJ Ventures and the Westly Group.

Schuler will join Scientific Conservation's board of directors as part of the deal.

The new funding brings the total raised by the company to $24.65 million.

San Francisco-based Scientific Conservation makes energy-management analytics software aimed at energy efficiency for the commercial building market.

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