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Contracts - Awards | Fuel & Power | Other Corporation | USA

US Military Electricity Contracts, October 2007

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Our readers aren’t the only ones with electricity bills to pay. Governments of all levels get them, including the military. In addition, the military’s purchasing power often makes it easier and cheaper for federal civilian government agencies to include themselves in these contracts than to negotiate and manage their own. Individual locations like the Fermi National Accelerator Lab can rack up truly impressive annual bills – and see these March 2006 New Jersey & Maryland contracts as another recent example. DID ran a Spotlight article covering October 2006 electricity contracts, and we thought we’d do the same thing this year. Did we end up over, under, or about the same? Military Light & Power Contracts The roster ended up being a bit shorter than the covering October 2006 set, at just under $110 million vs. almost $296 million last year. The Nov 1/07 announcement was included because it was awarded in October. Unless otherwise specified, all electricity contracts are firm-fixed-price and were issued by the Defense Energy Support Center (DESC) at Fort Belvoir, VA. Nov 1/07: Pepco Energy Services, Inc. in Arlington, VA received a maximum $19.7 million firm fixed price contract for electricity on behalf of the US Army, […]

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