ENERGY INDUSTRIES WINS TECHNOLOGY COMPANY OF THE YEAR

Energy Industries a national developer of renewable and energy efficiency projects announced today that it has been awarded the "Technology Company of the Year"

Honolulu, HI - Energy Industries a national developer of renewable and energy efficiency projects announced today that it has been awarded the "Technology Company of the Year". The award was hosted by the Pacific Technology Foundation and presented to the company's founder before nearly 1,000 attendees at a formal presentation on September 30, 2007.


"In 2006 this honor went to Sony. This year Energy Industries is being honored with this award. That's a big statement and pays tribute to our team, their focus and ability to execute" said Darren T. Kimura, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Energy Industries.

The awards committee chose Energy Industries as the Technology Company of the Year based on its unparalleled track record growth, community service, innovation and future potential.

About Energy Industries
Energy Industries (EI) is a national provider of energy services. Energy Industries comprehensive programs have reduced customer energy use by over 25%. The company has helped thousands of businesses reduce their energy expenditures over the last 30 years including Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Hilton Hotels, Fred Meyer, Macy's, Seattle University, Gonzaga University, Auto Nation, Marriott Hotels and Resorts, Banc West, and many others.

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