ATLANTA - Abrams Industries Inc., an energy services, facilities solutions, and real estate company, announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) have selected Servidyne Systems LLC, the company's wholly-owned subsidiary, as winner of the 2006 Energy Star Sustained Excellence Partner of the Year Award for Service and Product Providers.

The EPA and DOE presented Servidyne with the award in recognition of outstanding and continuing leadership in reducing greenhouse gas emissions through superior energy management. The 2006 award marks the sixth consecutive year that Servidyne's energy efficiency efforts have been so honored.

Servidyne, a Charter Ally of the Energy Star Buildings Program since 1995, helps its clients optimize energy management practices and achieve Energy Star Label recognition.

"Partners like Servidyne are national leaders in energy efficiency," said Kathleen Hogan, director of EPA's Climate Protection Partnerships Division. "The Energy Star Sustained Excellence winners are true models for improving energy efficiency across the country. They have shown year after year that energy efficiency is good for business and helps consumers save important resources, all while protecting the environment."

"Servidyne remains committed to partnering with the EPA and DOE to support our clients' needs for improved energy efficiency," said Steve Plane, president of Servidyne. "We are thrilled to win the Energy Star Award for the sixth consecutive year. Improving efficiency and then sustaining energy savings, using smart energy practices, is the centerpiece of our business strategy."

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Publication date: 04/03/2006