The Navy says that a new solid-oxide fuel cell is able to efficiently use military jet fuels for electricity production; it could mean fewer risky convoys.
Dennis McGinn, President Obama’s nominee as assistant Navy secretary has strong renewable energy credentials.
At 130 megawatts, the U.S. military is using a lot of solar power – but a new industry report highlights the huge amount that will come in the next several years.
The Senate rejects a measure that would have banned the Defense Department from buying alternative fuels that were more expensive than conventional fuels.
The Navy has a new 13.78 megawatt solar power plant in the high desert of California – the service’s biggest solar project yet.
The US Navy has invested in 36 new slow moving electric trucks and cargo vans in Hawaii that are mounted with solar panels to help further cut fuel costs.
National Geographic Society reports on how the U.S. Navy, even as its Green Fleet puts to sea for trials, is busy defending its actions before Congress.
With an emphasis on conservation, efficiency and, yes, renewables, the Navy codifies its march toward a 50 percent cut in shore energy consumption.
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.
The Navy says high bandgap solar cells could produce enough power at 30 feet underwater to operate electronic sensor systems.