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Army Finalizes $7B Energy Program Awards, Picks 13 for Biomass

PowerPlantThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has made the final round of awards on a 30-year, $7 billion program to acquire renewable and alternative energy from production facilities run by contractors.

Thirteen businesses will compete for power purchase agreement task orders to supply biomass energy to Defense Department installations, the Pentagon said Monday.

Fifty-two bids were submitted for the multiple vendor, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed-price, non-option, non-multi-year contracts.

Biomass awardees include:

  • Acciona Energy North America
  • ECC Renewables
  • EDF Renewable Energy
  • Emerald Infrastructure
  • Energy Answers International
  • Energy Systems Group LLC
  • EIF United States Power Fund IV
  • Energy Management
  • Honeywell International
  • MidAmerican/Clark Joint Venture
  • Pacolet Milliken Enterprises
  • Siemens Government Technologies
  • Stronghold Engineering

Siemens also won positions for the other three energy technologies — wind, geothermal and solar — covered under the Renewable and Alternative Energy for Department of Defense Installations program.

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