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  • May

    STEM students learn about engineering on dam tour

    OLD HICKORY, Tenn. (May 18, 2017) – A team of engineering professionals from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District recently welcomed area high school and college students for a Corps career overview and tour of the Old Hickory Lock and Dam in Hendersonville, Tenn.
  • June

    Energy team earns 2016 USACE sustainability award

    Huntsville Center’s Energy Division has earned the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ 2016 Good Neighbor Award for its collaboration and partnership with Energy Huntsville, a non-profit dedicated to growing the region’s economy in the energy sector and establishing the city as the “go-to technology center for solutions to energy programs and projects.”
  • Sun shines on Redstone Arsenal energy savings

    Officials symbolically broke ground June 3 on a renewable energy solar project designed to bolster Redstone Arsenal’s energy security. The 10 megawatt solar power system, which will be located on approximately 66 acres off Redstone Road, is expected to be operational by December.
  • September

    Fort Campbell solar array’s first phase ‘plugs in’

    Fort Campbell officials marked a huge accomplishment in renewable energy, Monday, with a
  • April

    Army’s first resource efficiency manager workshop filled with passion for energy management

    The Army’s first Resource Efficiency Manager (REM) Workshop was April 15-17 on Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. Huntsville Center, which manages the REM program, hosted the event to enhance the knowledge base of the growing network of REMs across the Army and Army Reserve.
  • March

    Assisting USACE, federal agencies with Energy Portfolio Management approach

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, is executing a holistic energy portfolio management approach for helping Army organizations and other federal agencies achieve federal energy mandates, reduce energy consumption and enhance energy security.
  • December

    West Point on track to achieve Net Zero goals with Huntsville Center help

    Huntsville Center's Energy Division met with DPW Matt Talaber at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, in October to chart a way ahead for helping the institution achieve Net Zero.
  • November

    Companies meet to learn about Redstone Arsenal renewable energy opportunity

    Biomass companies interested in competing for a renewable combined heat and power project on Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, met Nov. 13 to learn more about the opportunity and the acquisition process.
  • October

    Developing an Army Energy Information Management plan from the ground up

    Huntsville Center is leading an effort to develop the Army’s energy information management standards and an Armywide implementation plan that identifies the optimal strategy to integrate, monitor and manage all the energy production and consumption activities on an installation.
  • Fast-growing Resource Efficiency Manager Program expands to Army Reserve

    The Army’s Resource Efficiency Manager Program grew 82 percent in fiscal year 2014 with the addition of 19 REMs, which includes 11 new REMs at Army Reserve locations.
  • April

    Going Green: Corps-built homes in the LEED

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- On military installations throughout the nation, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has built hangars, fire stations, barracks and homes in a sustainable, energy-saving way, saving taxpayer dollars and working in collaboration with other federal agencies and partners.
  • January

    Army Corps of Engineers completes Army's largest solar array installation

    WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE, N.M.-- The largest solar power system in the U.S. Army is coming online at White Sands Missile Range, N.M., and officials gathered Jan. 16, to mark the occasion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
  • October

    Bostick discusses USACE, energy sustainability at conference

    Sustainability is an umbrella concept that deals with increasing the Army’s effectiveness by reducing its use of energy and impact to the climate and environment. Bostick spoke about the Corps’ efforts to support the Army Energy Initiatives.
  • Building an energy sustainable Corps

    DALLAS -- In the 80s "Reuse, Renew, Recycle" was the way ahead for conquering the earth's energy and pollution problems. Today, energy and environmental sustainability has become so much more vast and complicated, that those three verbs don't cut it anymore.
  • August

    Army Announces $7B Multiple Award Task Order Contract Request for Proposal

    The Army announced a $7 billion Multiple Award Task Contract (MATOC), Request for Proposal (RFP), Aug. 7, 2012, which will help the Army procure reliable, locally generated, renewable and alternative energy through Power Purchase Agreements for up to 30 years.