ATLANTA - Energy services provider Servidyne Inc. said it has entered into a $1.75 million contract with a major food manufacturing company to install electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) in multiple facilities across the U.S.

The food manufacturer, which Servidyne didn't name, is converting its delivery fleet to electric vehicles. Servidyne was selected to design and install the EV charging stations. The new contract followed a successful pilot installation at one of the customer's facilities.

"This project kicks off an important new service offering for our company," explained Todd Jarvis, Servidyne's president and chief operating officer. "We are committed to providing our EV infrastructure solution to the broader marketplace, and other blue-chip companies are currently considering engaging Servidyne to provide similar solutions as well."

"Installing EVSE represents a great new opportunity for us," added Alan R. Abrams, Servidyne's chairman and CEO. "Our new EV infrastructure solution is designed to meet the rapidly growing needs of our existing customer base, and further expands our suite of long-term energy consumption and controls solutions."

Established in 1925, Servidyne is headquartered in Atlanta and operates globally through its wholly owned subsidiaries.