Army Seeking 'Net Zero' Energy Use at Bases

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The Army is preparing to collect proposals for a contract vehicle worth up to $7 billion over as many as 30 years meant to help it manage energy resources at Army bases around the country.

The contract vehicle is expected to be one element of a larger Army program known as Net Zero and intended to help the service reach a goal of net zero - or producing as much energy as it uses - when it comes to multiple resources.

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