The Department of Defense has announced three additional contract awards under its Multiple Award Task Order Contract for renewable and alternative energy. DoD uses the MATOC to procure reliable, locally generated, renewable, and alternative energy through power purchase agreements. In its February 20, 2014, release, DoD announced the following awards by the Army Corps of Engineers:
- Biomass technology – to Ameresco, Inc., of Framingham, Massachusetts; and Wheelabrator Technologies, Inc., of Hampden, New Hamshire.
- Wind technology – to Ameresco, Inc., of Framingham, Massachusetts; M. Arthur Gensler, Jr. & Assoc., of Dallas, Texas; and Infigen Energy US Development LLC, of Dallas, Texas.
- Solar technology – to Ameresco, Inc., of Framingham, Massachusetts; Chevron Energy Solutions Co., of San Francisco, California; Constellation NewEnergy, Inc., of Baltimore, Maryland; Distributed Sun, LLC, of Washington, D.C.; Energy Ventures, LLC, of Rockville, Maryland; First Solar Development, Inc., of San Francisco, California; FLS Energy, of Asheville, North Carolina; Linc Government Services, LLC, of Hopkinsville, Kentucky; RE Independence Co. LLC, of San Francisco, California; Sun Edison Government Solutions, LLC, of Beltsville, Maryland; Sun Edison LLC, of Beltsville, Maryland.; SunWize Technologies, Inc., of San Jose, California, TransGen Energy, Inc., of Rockville, Maryland.; Victory Renewables, LLC, of Juno Beach, Florida; and EDF Renewable Energy, of San Diego, California.
These awards are for indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts which allow the contractors to compete for task orders for renewable energy projects on DoD installations. The maximum total capacity for all contracts is $7,000,000,000.00.