COAST GUARD TRAINING CENTER GETS ENERGY SAVINGS CONTRACT
- Oct 13, 2021 2:05 pm GMT
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By Irene Smith DLA Energy Public Affairs
A Defense Logistics Agency Energy Savings Performance Contract will add energy resiliency and reduce reliance on the power grid for a northern
TRACEN Petaluma, the Coast Guards largest
Im very proud of the strategic partnerships that the
This is a high-profile project and important partnership with the
Thousands of personnel live year-round on TRACEN Petaluma and the surrounding region which has become increasingly vulnerable to intermittent and prolonged power outages due to high wind events, wildfires, and persistent drought limiting hydropower resources across the region. These risks led the
The contract will build a 5-megawatt solar photovoltaic array, 5.6-megawatt battery energy storage system and implement building controls, lighting improvements, low voltage transformers and kitchen HVAC equipment upgrades.
ESPCs are utilized for reducing energy consumption at an installation through improvements to infrastructure, facilities, and facility systems. ESPCs can be used to replace inefficient energy and water-consuming equipment including HVAC, lighting, electrical power generation, and renewable energy.
DLA Energy offers acquisition support for facility energy requirements including electricity commodity purchase support, renewable energy credit purchases, long term renewable energy project development and energy savings performance initiatives. DLA Energy also assists customers in determining which contractual and financing vehicles are applicable to their renewable energy or energy conservation effort.
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