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U.S. Forces Prepare To Withdraw From Iraq After 8-Year Presence

The Department of Defense yesterday announced the award of a $2.5 billion combined firm-fixed-price contract to Johnson Controls, Evergreen Fire Alarms and Federal Inc. for “procurement and installation of utility monitoring and control and similar systems.” The winning bid was selected from 14 internet-submitted solicitations and the estimated completion date is Aug. 21, 2019. The… Keep reading →

Energy efficiency and solar are the low hanging fruit for American companies both at home and overseas, former President Bill Clinton said yesterday.

“We should pick the low hanging fruit. It always begins with efficiency. We’re much more energy efficient than we used to be but we have not made a serious attempt to get it to scale,” Clinton said in the closing keynote of the National Clean Energy Conference in Las Vegas last week. Keep reading →

The Virginia Department of Corrections (VDOC) and the Department of Correctional Education will give prisoners the opportunity to get valuable job training in energy efficiency through its Green Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Vocational Program.

Located at the Indian Creek Correctional Center in Chesapeake, Virginia, the program is designed to provide prisoners with the education and experience they will need to enter careers in energy efficiency when they are released. Keep reading →