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TMCNet:  Servidyne Expands Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Solutions

[February 19, 2013]

Servidyne Expands Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Solutions

ATLANTA --(Business Wire)--

Servidyne Systems, LLC, a leading building optimization company that focuses on energy efficiency and sustainability, announced today an expansion of its strategic solutions to include Active Fifth Fuel Management.

Efficiency is an energy resource, a "Fifth Fuel" in addition to the four typical energy sources of coal, petroleum, nuclear, and alternative energy. Servidyne's Active Fifth Fuel Management program captures this resource for building portfolios, maximizing energy efficiency while optimizing return on investment, continuously through the building lifecycle.

Active Fifth Fuel Management applies a continuous improvement process to the energy performance of a building portfolio. Servidyne experts guide customers through the process, beginning with a strategic plan and then setting priorities, assessing opportunities, ad implementing improvements, while measuring and monitoring results along the way. This program leads Servidyne customers through a proven, continual process to maximize the energy efficiency and sustainability of their portfolio of buildings. The backbone of Active Fifth Fuel Management boasts a highly credentialed team of energy and building experts that focus on the entire lifecycle of each building, providing ongoing commissioning to ensure sustained savings.

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Servidyne's Active Fifth Fuel Management is a customized program designed by first listening to customers and then tailoring the solution based on their needs, deploying the right combination of people and technology to ensure success.

In step with the expanded solution, Servidyne also announced several promotions within the leadership team. Rick Paternostro has been named as President. Based out of the Atlanta Servidyne headquarters office, he will lead the business strategy and growth of the company. Prior to being named President, he held various leadership positions within the organization, where he planned and directed all aspects of Servidyne's operational and financial strategies and tactical initiatives, including full P&L responsibility.

Additionally, Servidyne announced the promotions of Jim Dore to Sr. Vice President of Business Development, Brent Tracy to Vice President of Project Development, and Chris Cutcliff to Vice President of Operations.

"We are very excited about enhancing the delivery of our mission to provide our customers with world class energy management programs and solutions and to further our leadership position in the industry, continually driving progress and innovation," said Rick Paternostro, Servidyne's President. "I am proud to be surrounded by one of the most highly experienced, progressive leadership teams in the industry and congratulate Jim, Brent, and Chris on their well-deserved promotions."

Servidyne provides its sustainability and energy efficiency services to Fortune 500 companies and other large portfolio building owners and operators across the nation. The Company, in place since the 1970's, continues to steadily expand its customer portfolio base.

About Servidyne Systems, LLC

Servidyne® is a leading building optimization company that provides comprehensive programs to its customers that focus on energy efficiency, demand response, and sustainability, significantly enhancing the operating, financial, and environmental performance of existing buildings. Since the mid-70's, Servidyne, with the right blend of people, processes, technology and expertise, has enabled its customers to cut energy consumption and realize sustainable cost savings across their portfolios, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving the comfort and satisfaction of their buildings' occupants. A wholly owned subsidiary of SCIenergy, the Company serves a broad range of markets in the United States, including owners and operators of commercial office, hospitality, retail, light industrial, distribution, healthcare, government, and education facilities, as well as public and investor-owned utilities. For more information, go to www.servidyne.com.


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