President-elect George W. Bush yesterday nominated outgoing Sen. Spencer Abraham (R-Mich.) for Energy secretary, a choice that has infuriated enviros. Abraham, who lost his Senate race last fall, tried to abolish the Energy Department while in Congress. Abraham also fought to block higher fuel-economy standards for sport-utility vehicles, lower the federal gasoline tax, and open up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska to oil and gas drilling. He opposed increased funding for renewable energy research and received a zero percent rating from the League of Conservation Voters in the last Congress.