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CTC Secures Army Recognition for Help in Fort Huachuca Energy Security Assessment

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 16, 2018 — Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received a U.S. Army award in recognition of its support in the assessment of the energy and water conservation program at Fort Huachuca in Arizona, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

The Army said Thursday a Secretary of the Army Energy and Water Management Award was given to CTC and its partners at the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment for their work to conduct an energy security assessment, which helped shape the design of a mission-critical microgrid and facilitate a reduction in energy and water usage at Fort Huachuca.

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