Energy, Navy partnering to create resilient operational, tactical environments

The Energy Department and the Department of the Navy worked together on the largest Energy Savings Performance Contract ever for the Naval Station Guantanmo…

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As Army pushes toward 1 gigawatt renewable energy goal, emphasis is on resiliency

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FILE - This June 2, 2011 photo shows the Tennessee Valley Authority's Bellefonte Nuclear Plant site in Hollywood, Ala. On Thursday, May 5, 2016, the Tennessee Valley Authority board voted to sell the never-completed nuclear plant that has cost more than $4 billion dollars over the last four decades. (AP Photo/Eric Schultz, File)

Navy eyes miniature nuclear reactors to power its bases

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It’s not just the fatigues that are green in the Army

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Navy launches Green Fleet partly powered by biofuel

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In this Saturday, Dec. 26, 2015 photo released by the U.S. Navy, the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman transits the Strait of Hormuz. Iranian naval vessels conducted rocket tests last week near the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier, the USS Bulkeley destroyer and a French frigate, the FS Provence, and commercial traffic passing through the Strait of Hormuz, the American military said Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2015 causing new tension between the two nations after a landmark nuclear deal. (Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class M. J. Lieberknecht/U.S. Navy via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

Green is Navy’s new color with fleet initiative

The Navy launched its year-long green initiative that will use alternative fuels and procurement practices to make the service more fuel efficient.

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GSA’s Harada heading to White House

The associate administrator in the Office of Governmentwide Policy and acting chief of staff will become the new federal chief sustainability officer.

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Federal offices of the future could resemble your back patio

In the future, federal offices could be more like patios – where furniture is adjustable and moveable for whatever task or project is at hand, say experts at the General Services Administration. In our special report, The Federal Office of the Future, we examine the research behind the decision to make office spaces more flexible.

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