Pepco Energy takes $11m military project

Pepco Energy Services has been chosen to implement a comprehensive energy savings performance contract project for the Virginia Department of Military Affairs.

The $11 million contract calls on Pepco Energy to install new direct digital controls, energy-efficient boilers and geothermal heating and cooling systems, as well as implement water conservation measures for Army National Guard Armories throughout Virginia, US.

Pepco Energy will also provide much needed infrastructure improvements for the facilities, many of which have roofs that are leaking.

The project will impact 58 facilities, including 24 Army National Guard Armories.

Over the 15-year contract term, the Virginia Department of Military Affairs will save more than $15.8 million, a total sum that includes maintenance savings.

"Pepco Energy is pleased to work with the Virginia Department of Military Affairs in improving the energy efficiency of its armories across the state," said John Huffman, President and CEO of Pepco Energy. "This project demonstrates the National Guard's commitment to reducing its carbon footprint and its environmental stewardship to the greater community.

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