July 14, 2008
Energy Automation Systems, Inc., (EASI) Helps U.S. Government Agencies Go Green
HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn., July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Energy Automation Systems, Inc., (EASI) today announced that it has won a new contract with the U.S. General Services Administration, that allow federal government agencies to purchase the company's proven energy-saving technologies, systems and services from pre-approved price lists.
The use of EASI's technologies in federal facilities -- such as office buildings, retail outlets, warehouses and hangars, manufacturing plants, air conditioning units and street lights -- will assist U.S. government agencies in promoting sustainable energy initiatives. According to the GSA, the federal government spends approximately $9 billion on energy bills every year, which includes electrical energy expenses for 500,000 federal government facilities.
"This new contract is an excellent opportunity for us and our global network of Affiliates to support the government's efforts to go green," said Dr. Paul Bleiweis, president of Energy Automation Systems, Inc. "By further reducing energy consumption and waste, we can play an important role in helping government facilities go green while saving taxpayers significant dollars."
About Energy Automations Systems, Inc. (EASI)
Energy Automation Systems, Inc., (EASI) designs, manufactures and installs systems that reduce electrical energy consumption and improve power quality in commercial and industrial facilities by enhancing the efficiency of electrical systems. EASI has installed customized energy conservation systems for decades for many thousands of clients in more than 60 countries around the world. EASI clients have included General Electric, British Petroleum, Apollo Management, Saudi Arabia Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) and ConAgra Foods, as well as many other companies, large and small. The EASI corporate Web site can be accessed at http://www.energyautomation.com/.
Energy Automation Systems, Inc.
CONTACT: Jeremy Roe of Lovell Communications for Energy AutomationSystems, Inc., +1-615-297-7766
Web site: http://www.energyautomation.com/