Tag: Energy Division
  • September

    Resource Efficiency Managers expand partnership with Navy installations

    REMs have been working with energy managers at Naval Base Guam for over six years to conduct building audits, identify energy conservation measures and develop project documentation for third-party financed energy projects, said Russell Moebes, REM Program project manager.
  • August

    Energy Workshop 2023 concentrates on industry trends, innovations

    The focus of the workshop was Huntsville Center’s capabilities in the Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC) and Utility Energy Services Contracting (UESC) programs.
  • April

    Center’s energy savings contract program enhancing Army policy

    Considered the Army’s expert in ESPCs, Huntsville Center implemented the contracts to assist the installations in supporting the Army Climate Strategy by providing energy resilience and energy cybersecurity and reducing energy and water use (as well as carbon and greenhouse gas emissions) to improve readiness and save taxpayers money.
  • June

    REM workshop assists with prioritizing work according to policy

    The Resource Efficiency Managers in attendance are all contracted “employees” whose sole purpose is improving their assigned installation’s energy programs by identifying projects and practices to reduce energy and water costs.
  • April

    Validation team meeting climate change criteria changes

    The ERCIP validation team is opening any Fiscal 2024 projects that don’t have carbon free solutions and updating the projects to fulfill the criteria.
  • October

    Huntsville Center energy program upgrading Navy installation

    Huntsville Center’s Utility Energy Services Contracting program was the solution to the Navy’s requirement as the Center’s UESC program encompasses a broad range of energy conservation measures providing its customers flexibility to specifically tailor a project to a customer’s energy needs.
  • July

    Resource Efficiency Managers support modernization of defense industrial base

    At the forefront of this mission is the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville’s Resource Efficiency Manager (REM) program, which brings the best minds in the free world together to introduce new technologies and processes that extract every possible unit of energy from the most fuel-efficient and resilient energy-system technologies available. REMs, often called the “energy boots on the ground,” provide vital expertise to develop site energy plans encompassing projects that achieve sustainable, renewable, and secure energy management.
  • April

    Resource Energy Manager improves munition plant’s energy resilience

    A Resource Efficiency Manager attending 2019 Energy Exchange and REM Workshop in Huntsville, Alabama, received updated 50001 Ready information that led him on a path to improve energy efficiency at Radford Army Ammunition Plant, Virginia.
  • August

    Energy Division’s expertise attracts dozens of contractors for dual workshops

    Two Energy Division workshops brought dozens of contractors from throughout the country to the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, July 25.
  • March

    Huntsville Center workshop good for taxpayers, environment

    Resource efficiency managers from around the world attended Huntsville Center’s REM workshop in Huntsville, Alabama, Feb. 26-28. Huntsville Center’s REM program provides contracted subject-matter experts to Department of Defense branch installations to increase energy program effectiveness by identifying programs and practices to reduce energy and water costs and meet resilience and security requirements.
  • September

    Energy team attends DOE event of the year

    More than two dozen representatives from the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville attended the Federal Energy Management Program’s Energy Exchange Aug. 21-23 in Cleveland.
  • July

    ERCIP partners meet to revamp project validation process

    Huntsville Center’s Energy Resilience and Conservation Investment Program validation team members met with their ERCIP partners from throughout the Army for a workshop at Idaho National Laboratory June 12-14 to update the program’s guidance and requirements.
  • May

    Huntsville Center’s Energy Division awards task order to Schneider Electric for Huachuca project

    Thanks to Huntsville Center’s latest Energy Savings Performance Contracting task order award, Fort Huachuca, Arizona, is on track to receive a series of multimillion-dollar energy-savings upgrades to existing infrastructure – all without the burden of upfront capital costs.
  • Magazine honors two Huntsville Center engineers

    Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine named Porscha Porter and Africa Welch-Castle of Huntsville Center's Strategy and Business Management Branch, Energy Division, to receive the 40 Under 40 Award their commitment to excellence in their academic, professional, personal and community involvement.