Thursday, June 10, 2010

A Greener Military Presence in SA

Fort Sam, Lackland AFB and Randolph AFB combined are the biggest sources of revenue for CPS, so the bases are asking for CPS's help to reach a 30% energy reduction goal by 2015.  The Defense Transformation Institute a nonprofit created to help foster relationships between the military and the local community sponsored a day long Sustainable Energy Workshop on Wednesday to let the public know about what they have done so far and how private industry can get involved to help the bases meet their goal.

The Air Force Real Property Agency is seeking partnerships with businesses interested in putting renewable energy projects, such as solar, biomass or geothermal renewable technologies, on unused Air Force property.  To find out about opportunities click on the link and subscribe to their newsletter.  I have subscribed and will be posting opportunities as I hear about them.

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