With an emphasis on conservation, efficiency and, yes, renewables, the Navy codifies its march toward a 50 percent cut in shore energy consumption.
Center for American Progress reports on the US military’s use of innovative advanced biofuels and the efforts of some congressional conservatives to stop it.
The U.S. Navy and the departments of Energy and Agriculture, working with industry, move to develop biofuels production capacity of 10 million gallons per year.
Its purpose is shrouded in mystery but we do know one thing about the U.S. Air Force’s robotic X-37B space plane, which flew back to Earth recently after a 15-month stint in orbit — it runs on solar.
An Obama administration grant is helping Gemini Energy Services train U.S. military veterans for jobs as wind power technicians.
Many welcome the U.S. military’s embrace of clean energy, but could a green, lean killing machine ultimately do more harm than good?
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta tells Congress to back off in its bid to basically ban the military from purchasing biofuels.
Army engineers are working to develop renewable-energy based microgrids that can work independently of traditional grid power.
The Pentagon and Nanosolar hope a 1-megawatt thin-film solar installation at Camp Roberts in California will beat utility-provided electricity on cost.
Researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory have developed and prototyped a new photovoltaic system to meet the unique needs of the U.S. Marine Corps.