U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ $25 Billion Multiple-Award Task Order Contract

Project Details

Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) for renewable and alternative energy production for the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) installations, technologies include geothermal $4bn, wind $2.5bn, solar $2.5bn, and biomass $16bn

Socio Economic Highlights
U.S. Army Renewables Objective

The investment will help the Army reach its goal of having 25 percent of its energy come from renewable sources by 2025

Net-Zero Installation

The U.S. Army’s goal is a net-zero installation of renewable energy generation facilities, a strategy that produces as much energy as it uses and is one that New Generation Power will provide

Guaranteed Power Purchase

The U.S. Army and DoD are mandated to only purchase power from third-party contractors like NGP who own, operate or maintain the generating assets. This would be a guaranteed off-take of the power generated by the projects

Small Business Advantage

NGP as a Small Business will be considered first in the selection process of Army and DoD projects up to 12 MW

Energy Security and Independence

The energy security and independence for the U.S. Army and DoD is achieved by enhancement of both the Army Base Energy Supply and the U.S. electric grid

Local Employment Benefits

Construction and operations of renewable energy on the U.S. Army military bases will provide employment for the nearby Army base community residents