Huntsville Center’s UESC Program Receives Federal Energy and Water Management Award
A Huntsville Center contracting officer and program manager accept a Federal Energy Management Program award at a ceremony at the National Archives in Washington D.C. Nov. 2. During the ceremony, the Federal Energy Management Program recognized a Center project expected to reduce the Defense Intelligence Agency Bethesda Maryland campus’ energy use by about 47 percent and save the agency more than $1 million annually. From left; Dr. Timothy Unruh, Department of Energy deputy assistant secretary for renewable power for the office of energy efficiency and renewable energy, Col. Jason Smallfield, Army Engineer Regiment, Barbara Osterkamp, Huntsville Center contracting officer, Lisa Harris, Huntsville Center UESC program manager, Natoya Miller, Defense Intelligence Agency, Phil Smith, Honeywell International Inc., Leslie Nicholls, Acting Director, DOE/FEMP and Ed Miller and Eric James, Washington Gas Light Co.