“Lives depend on reliable communications nodes at these locations,” so the U.S. Marines are turning to solar power in Afghanistan.
The Wounded Warrior Headquarters and Hope and Care Center at Camp Pendleton, Calif. has achieved LEED-Platinum certification and serves as an oasis for recovering U.S. Marines.
The U.S. Navy is moving into full production with its Ground Renewable Expeditionary ENergy System system, designed to provide solar power for Marines.
U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus recently gave the rationale behind his service’s embrace of clean energy – and it’s not because it’s trendy.
The U.S. Navy reports that it has completed a new green bachelor enlisted quarters at Camp Pendleton that makes use of reclaimed water, solar power and more.