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Military Efficiency Project Roundup, Oct. 2008

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Most people don’t think of the US military when they think of conservation and alternative energy sources. They probably should, because the military has strong financial and operational incentives to invest in these areas. Their future planning also sees energy becoming an even bigger issue in future. DID’s “Fuel & Power” topic archive contains a number of articles covering various aspects of the US military’s relationship with energy, and with new energy sources. Today, Environmental Leader is running a “Military Efficiency Projects Of Note” compendium that may be of interest to our readers.

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