Energy Division - Renewable Energy MATOC

Program Manager: 256-895-7481

Huntsville Center
Published Dec. 20, 2019
Updated: Aug. 17, 2021

The Renewable Energy Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) is a contract vehicle that establishes a pool of qualified firms/contractors for two renewable energy technologies to compete for individual task order contracts.
The U.S. Army Office of Energy Initiatives (OEI) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, established the $7 billion MATOC primarily to use for Power Purchase Agreements involving renewable or alternative energy projects greater than 10 megawatts.

These contracts will support the Army’s achievement of its congressionally mandated energy goal of 25 percent production of energy from renewable sources by 2025, and improving installation energy security and sustainability.

The MATOC involves third-party financed renewable energy acquisitions and involves no Army capital or Military Construction appropriation. The Army only purchases the power from contractors who own, operate or maintain the generating assets. The MATOC’s total estimated value of $7 billion refers to the total dollar value of energy available for purchase under all Power Purchase Agreement task orders for their entire term (up to 30 years).

As renewable energy opportunities at Army installations are assessed and validated by the OEI, Huntsville Center will issue a competitive task order request for proposal (RFP) to the pre-qualified MATOC companies listed below for the specific technologies. Task orders will specify the type and amount of energy to be supplied to the Army installation or other federal user as well as other pertinent information for the developer to prepare a response that meets the government’s requirements.

Solar Companies:

  • Ameresco Inc., Framingham, MA
  • Apex Wind Energy Holdings, LLC, Charlottesville, VA
  • Bay Electric Company Inc., Newport News, VA
  • BITHENERGY Inc., Baltimore, MD
  • Bright Light Federal LLC, Littleton, CO 
  • Cobra Industrial Services Inc., Houston, TX
  • Constellation NewEnergy Inc., Baltimore, MD
  • Distributed Sun LLC, Washington, DC
  • Dominion Energy Inc., Richmond, VA
  • Ecoplexus, San Francisco, CA
  • Enel Green Power North America, Andover, MA
  • Energy Matters LLC, Arlington, VA
  • Energy Ventures LLC, Rockville, MD
  • Indian Energy LLC, Newport Beach, CA
  • Johnson Controls Government Systems, Milwaukee, WI
  • Legatus6 LLC, Chevy Chase, MD
  • New Generation Power, Chicago, IL
  • Siemens Government Technologies Inc., Arlington, VA
  • Standard Solar, Inc., Rockville, MD
  • SunLight General Capital LLC, New York, NY
  • Sunpower Corporation, Richmond, CA
  • WGL Energy Systems Inc., McLean, VA
  • Third Sun Solar LLC, Athens, OH
  • TransGen Energy Inc., Rockville, MD
  • Victory Renewables LLC, Juno Beach, FL

Wind Companies:

  • Ameresco Inc., Framingham, MA
  • Cobra Industrial Services Inc., Houston, TX
  • Dominion Energy Inc., Richmond, VA
  • Emerald Infrastructure, San Antonio, TX
  • Enel Green Power North America, Andover, MA
  • M. Arthur Gensler Jr. & Associates Inc., Dallas, TX
  • Siemens Government Technologies Inc., Arlington, VA
  • Stronghold Engineering Inc., Riverside, CA
  • Turn Key Power Consortium LLC, Orlando, FL
  • New Generation Power Inc., Chicago, IL​

*The color green denotes a small business

Download the Renewable Energy MATOC fact sheet PDF here.

(as of August 2021)