The new distribution center located in Germany will have a variety of energy saving features including solar panels, radiant flooring, skylights and biomass heat.
A new program helps train and employ former U.S. soldiers in clean energy fields, and the first Solar for Soldiers project has been completed in Ohio.
The U.S. Army has awarded an auxiliary power unit company in Florida a $1.4 million contract to upgrade select combat vehicles to be more fuel efficient.
SkyBuilt Power says the U.S. Army is buying its man portable SkyCase and SkyPAK, giving soldiers the ability to carry solar power with them in the field.
Aiming to “see how fuel cells perform in real world operations,” the Energy and Defense departments team up to install cells at bases around the country.
A conservative think tank calls BS on the Pentagon’s assertion that subbing biofuels for petroleum-based fuels will save lives and advance national security.
A new Congressional caucus forms to educate the American public – and other lawmakers – about clean energy use and solutions in the military.
The U.S. Navy is developing a new ocean monitoring system that will run off of microbial energy for long term operation and reporting.
The U.S. Navy is enlisting the help of the UC Davis California Lighting Technology Center in order to help reduce energy consumption for outdoor lighting.
On the front lines in Afghanistan, a new solar power program is allowing the Marines to cut back on potentially dangerous fuel-supply convoys.
A Canadian company begins shipping electric vehicles that can deliver power to the grid, a technology that could be key to managing the growth of EVs.