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Progress on the Army's Road to Net Zero Energy

NREL supports efficiency and renewable energy programs at nine installations

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Moving Fort Carson Toward Net Zero

NREL is helping the Army base with its net zero energy, water, and waste goals

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Energy and Cost Savings Projects Take Off at Navy Installations

NREL's field demonstrations are yielding valuable results in Hawaii and Guam

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) supports the U.S. Department of Defense's (DOD) mission to reduce energy costs, decrease reliance on foreign oil, ensure energy security, and achieve sustainability goals. As the only national laboratory solely dedicated to renewable energy, energy efficiency, and grid integration, NREL's capabilities support energy innovation in operational and installation environments.

Find out how NREL is positioned to help the Department of Defense accelerate the implementation of its clean energy initiatives, reduce costs, minimize risks in the field, and attain energy security through DOD energy projects.

For more information, contact NREL's Director of DOD Energy Programs Stephen Gorin or any of the program area contacts.