DESC Awards $15.5M to Supply Electricity for Northeast US Military FacilitiesAug 30, 2009 12:43 UTC by Defense Industry Daily staff
The supply of electricity is vital to maintain any modern facility, especially a US military facility. And the Defense Logistics Agency’s Defense Energy Support Center (DESC) ensures that contracts are awarded to companies to deliver that electricity.
DESC recently awarded 3 contracts worth $15.5 million to supply electricity to US military facilities in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. And the winners are…
The 3 companies that won recent electricity supply contracts for US military facilities in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island are:
- Hess – $9.4 million contract (SP0600-09-D-8027) to supply electricity to the US Coast Guard Academy in New London, CT; Cape Cod Air Force Station in Bourne, MA; and the US Naval Station Newport in Newport, RI. The contract has a maximum value of $23.1 million, according to a US DefenseLink announcement.
- Constellation NewEnergy – $4.1 million contract (SP0600-09-D-8029) to supply electricity to US Coast Guard facilities in Nantucket, MA; US Army Soldier System Center in Natick, MA; and US Army – Barnes.
- Consolidated Edison Solutions – $2 million contract (SP0600-09-D-8028) to supply electricity to the US Army 94th Reserves facilities in Massachusetts and US Coast Guard facilities in Massachusetts.