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BREAKING NEWS!

9/9/13

west texas power has been SELECTED FOR A WIND AWARD UNDER MATOC, THE ARMY'S SOLICITATION FOR RENEWABLE AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY POWER PRODUCTION.


WEST TEXAS POWER IS NOW QUALIFIED TO PROPOSE ON TASK ORDERS FOR WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS SERVING DESIGNATED ARMY INSTALLATIONS.

“Upgrading the energy efficiency of America’s buildings is one of the fastest, easiest, and cheapest ways to save money, cut down on harmful pollution, and create good jobs right now.  But we can’t wait for Congress to act.  So today, I’m directing all federal agencies to make at least $2 billion worth of energy efficiency upgrades over the next 2 years – at no up-front cost to the taxpayer.  Coupled with today’s extraordinary private sector commitments of $2 billion to upgrade businesses, factories, and military housing, America is taking another big step towards the competitive, clean energy economy it will take to win the future,” said President Obama. 


[Source: www.whitehouse.gov]

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Under Executive Order 13514, Federal agencies are required to develop, implement and annually update a plan that prioritizes actions based on a positive return on investment for the American taxpayer and to meet GHG emissions, energy, water, and waste reduction targets.


[Source: www.whitehouse.gov]

The Greening of the u.s. military

“The White House announced Tuesday it is inviting contract proposals from green energy firms to boost the Army’s use of renewable energy,” said The Hill. “The administration is making $7 billion available for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to spend on locally-generated biomass, geothermal, solar or wind energy for up to 30 years.” “The move is part of a broader White House-led push to green the armed forces, over GOP opposition, which claims the efforts are a waste of taxpayer dollars. The Defense Department has set ambitious targets, aiming for renewable sources to account for 25 percent of its energy by 2025, with the Army working toward getting 1 gigawatt of power from green sources by that year.”


[Source: http://www.takepart.com/article/2012/08/08/greening-us-military]