Pew sees renewables booming for the U.S. miliary, and an Air Force base solar project in Arizona shows how going green saves green for the Defense Department.
There’s now a draft plan under consideration for taking the U.S. Army Garrison at West Point to net-zero energy use.
Mosaic, the service that gives regular folks a chance to earn money investing in solar installations, gets in on a big New Jersey military base project.
The first electric vehicle aggregation system controls five DC fast-charge stations and helps reduce grid dependence at Colorado’s Fort Carson.
Solar energy becomes the second of four technologies being awarded under the $7 billion Renewable and Alternative Energy Power Production for DoD Installations MATOC.
The Navy says that a new solid-oxide fuel cell is able to efficiently use military jet fuels for electricity production; it could mean fewer risky convoys.
Russia unveils a hybrid APC capable of delivering troops silently that could be outfitted with energy weapons in the future while also operating autonomously.
Dennis McGinn, President Obama’s nominee as assistant Navy secretary has strong renewable energy credentials.
Legislation and the president are putting pressure on the U.S. military to step up its game on renewable energy.
A solar-powered microgrid gives the U.S. Army the juice it needs to run an anti-sniper surveillance system in Afghanistan.