The Fort Carson, Colo., Army post, established in 1942, has quietly hit LEED gold — and platinum — many times over. Why are there so many LEED-certified buildings and projects in Fort Carson? With 82 buildings and 56 projects in...
The General Services Administration and Energy Department are looking for emerging or underused technologies that could make federal and commercial buildings more economical and eco-friendly, reports FedScoop. The two agencies have released a joint request for information asking industry to...
The U.S. Army has surpassed the $1 billion mark in energy savings performance and utility energy services contracts in less than five years, according to a press release.
Hawaiian Electric Co. and the U.S.
Mississippi Power, Hannah Solar and the U.S. Navy are partnering on a 23-acre, 3-4 megawatt solar project at The Naval Construction Battalion Center (Seabee Base) in Gulfport, according to a press release. The facility will have roughly 13,000 panels, providing...
Several military installations make efforts to reduce energy use.
Within weeks of seeing a story online about gas-filled insulation panels, Bill Lippy, the president of Florida-based reflective insulation company FiFoil, was on a plane to California to view the prototype.
Part of visit exposes students to rainwater harvesting, solar panels in use.
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