Mobile Cloud computing paradigm includes plenty of critical challenges that have to be addressed for allowing application execution on remote terminals/servers. An integral part of mobile cloud computing reliable service provision is the establishment of a methodology that will guarantee the efficient execution of applications in an energy-efficient way. This work elaborates on the evaluation of a framework, which utilizes a cooperative partial process execution offloading scheme, aiming at offering energy conservation. The scheme uses a dynamic scheduling methodology in order to guarantee that no intermittent execution will occur on mobile devices. In addition, this work proposes a partial scheduling offloading algorithm for failure-aware resource allocation in an energy-efficient manner, associating temporal execution-oriented metrics. The proposed framework is thoroughly evaluated through event driven simulation experiments, towards defining the efficiency of the proposed offloading policy in contrast to the energy consumption of wireless devices, as well as for the reliability degree offered.