ATLANTA - Servidyne Inc., a provider of building performance efficiency services, announced that it has been named 2009 Energy Star Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). This is the seventh time that Servidyne has won the award, more than any other service and product provider.
The 2009 Partner of the Year Award recognizes efforts to use energy efficiently in facility operations and to integrate superior energy management into overall organizational strategy. Servidyne, an Energy Star partner since 1995, has been honored for its commitment to strategic energy management in building operations that has resulted in significant energy and financial savings for its customers. Award winners are chosen annually from more than 12,000 organizations that participate in the Energy Star program.
“We are extremely proud to win this prestigious recognition once again,” said Alan R. Abrams, Servidyne’s chairman, president, and CEO. “In these troubling economic times, energy efficiency is more important than ever, the most cost-effective way for our customers to lower utility expenses and reduce carbon footprints. Being honored for our efforts in this regard is a great credit to our customers, who have committed to actively pursuing more sustainable solutions for their facilities, and to our team of employee professionals who work every day to find new ways to help our customers succeed.”
“EPA is pleased to recognize Servidyne for leadership in addressing global warming through greater energy efficiency,” said Kathleen Hogan, director of EPA’s Climate Protection Partnerships Division. “Because commercial and industrial facilities account for about half of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, Servidyne’s efforts are vital to protecting our global environment.”
For more information about Servidyne, visit www.servidyne.com.
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