• Army Issues RFP for Ft. Campbell Solar Project0

    The Army last week released a request for proposals for a 3.1-megawatt solar array at Fort Campbell, Ky. The Army intends to procure a 27-year power purchase agreement for the array through the renewable energy multiple award task order contract small business solar pool. That acquisition will be combined with a 10-year utility energy services contract with Pennyrile Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation …

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  • Army Taps SunPower for Solar Project at Redstone Arsenal0

    The Army last week selected San Jose, Calif.-based SunPower Corp. to develop a large-scale solar power project at Redstone Arsenal, Ala., in the first task awarded under its $7 billion multiple-award, task order contract (MATOC) for renewable energy. The project will provide up to 18,000 megawatt-hours per year of on-site renewable energy to Redstone, according to a release from the Army’s Office of Energy Initiatives. The project was open to proposals from 49 solar companies previously qualified under the MATOC, and is expected to include a lease and a power purchase agreement …

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  • Solar Firms Learn Details about Redstone Arsenal Project0

    An industry day held last week for the development of a solar energy facility capable of generating up to 18,000 megawatt hours annually at Redstone Arsenal, Ala., attracted 23 of the 49 firms pre-qualified under the Army’s $7 billion multiple-award, task order contract. The project — developed by the arsenal’s Directorate of Public Works, the Energy Initiatives Task Force and the Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville — represents the first power purchase agreement developed under the MATOC …

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  • Army Selects 20 New Firms for Massive Energy Procurement0

    The Army last week announced 20 new award winners under its $7 billion procurement to obtain renewable energy through private sector financing, bringing the total number of contracts awarded in four technologies under the multiple-award, task order contract (MATOC) to 79. The contracts allow the firms to compete for power purchase agreements lasting up to 30 years at DOD installations using solar, wind, biomass and geothermal technologies. As renewable energy opportunities at Army installations are assessed, the Army Corps of Engineers’ Huntsville Center will issue a competitive task order request for proposal to pre-qualified companies for the specific technologies …

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  • Army Names Sixth Geothermal Contractor under MATOC0

    The Army added a sixth firm, Chicago-based New Generation Power, to its pool of qualified contractors eligible to compete for geothermal projects under its $7 billion procurement to obtain renewable energy through private sector financing. The Army announced the first five firms eligible for geothermal projects in May. Last week’s award to New Generation Power completes the geothermal awards under the multiple-award, task order contract (MATOC) for now …

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  • Army Selects 22 Solar Contractors under $7B MATOC0

    The Army last week announced 22 solar technology award winners under its $7 billion procurement to obtain renewable energy through private sector financing, the second of four technologies for which qualified contractors have been named. The contracts allow the firms to compete for power purchase agreements lasting up to 30 years at DOD installations. Individual awards under the multiple-award, task order contract (MATOC) are being staggered by technology. Awards for the remaining technologies, wind and biomass, are anticipated to be made by the end of the calendar year …

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