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Renewable Energy for Military Installations: 2014 Industry Review

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As a part of its National Defense and Security Initiative, the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) released a new report entitled "Renewable Energy for Military Installations: 2014 Industry Review" in which a variety of renewable energy stakeholders from the private sector share industry perspective related to renewable energy installations at military facilities. The report provides an insight into state regulatory hurdles for military use of renewables, best practices in collaboration with state energy offices, and an overview of the existing procurement landscape among others. The February 2014 report can be accessed HERE.



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