US Army to invest $7B in clean energy

Where's the money coming from?  Already owned land.

The program calls for the Army to use its land as equity to leverage about $7 billion in private investment for the twenty projects.

The Army’s goal is to provide its bases with reliable energy sources that are insulated from price spikes, shortages and grid disruptions. Aside from these energy security issues, reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions are key goals.

Tremont Electric is proud that the nPower® PEG has been in testing with the US Army since 2009 to reduce risk to supply chains, increase mission life, and reduce the weight soldiers carry.  


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