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Home Military Energy Efficiency Military Energy Efficiency A Listing of Open Defense Energy Solicitations for Businesses

A Listing of Open Defense Energy Solicitations for Businesses

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The Office of the U.S. Secretary of Defense for Operational Energy created a web page featuring a list of open, operational energy-related solicitations announced by the U.S. Department of Defense. The most recent 2014 solicitations call for technologies to reduce the power and weight demands placed on dismounted soldiers, technologies that could be used to reduce energy and water consumption at expeditionary bases, and technologies that can harvest energy from Marines on patrol and from generator waste heat. The full list, which continues to be updated as new solicitations emerge, can be accessed HERE.



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