Energy Department awards 16 contracts
The U.S. Department of Energy says it has awarded 16 energy savings performance contracts that could result in $80 billion in energy projects.
Officials said the energy efficiency, renewable energy and water conservation projects at federally owned buildings and facilities demonstrate
a commitment to sound government stewardship by recognizing efforts to save energy, reduce federal energy costs, cut greenhouse gas emissions, bring more cutting-edge technologies into use, strengthen national security and create a stronger economy.
The new indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity contracts were awarded to: Ameresco Inc. of Framingham, Mass.; Chevron Energy Solutions of Eagan, Minn.; Clark Realty Builders of Arlington, Va.; Consolidated Edison Solutions Inc. of White Plains, N.Y.; Constellation Energy Projects & Services Group Inc. of Baltimore; FPL Energy Service Inc. of North Palm Beach, Fla.; Honeywell International Inc. of Golden Valley, Minn.; Johnson Controls Government Systems LLC of Milwaukee;
Lockheed Martin Services Inc. of Cherry Hill, N.J.; McKinstry Essention Inc. of Seattle; Noresco LLC of Westborough, Mass.; Pepco Energy Services of Arlington, Va.; Siemens Government Services Inc. of Reston, Va.; TAC Energy Solutions of Seattle; The Benham Companies LLC of Oklahoma City; and Trane U.S. Inc. of McEwen, Tenn.
Officials said the contracts provide for a maximum individual contract value of $5 billion over the life of the agreement, eliminate technology specific restrictions and allow federal agencies to use the contracts in federal buildings, nationally and internationally.