Schneider Working on Big Navy Project
Schneider Electric and the U.S. Navy say that they are working together on infrastructure improvement projects under an energy savings performance contract (ESPC) at the Naval Base Coronado and Naval Base San Clemente Island. The improvements are expected to generate $114 million during the 19-year contract term.
The press release says that the project will include upgrades to 90 buildings, including datacenters. The work will include electrical upgrades, renewable energy elements and traditional conservation steps. The goal is to increase the reliability and capacity of critical facilities, reduce operational and maintenance spending and add renewable assets. The project is expected to be completed in 2018.
In February, Pepco Energy Services was awarded an $80.4 million ESPC by the Navy at for work at the Naval Station Great Lakes (NSGL).
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