Reducing the energy footprint and increasing energy conservation: A Case Study at NAS JAX

Contributor:  Captain Roy Undersander
Posted:  08/16/2012  12:00:00 AM EDT
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Over the last few years NAS JAX has executed $8.8 million in energy conservation measures. How exactly is one of the Navy’s fastest growing installations increasing energy efficiency and conservation? IDGA’s @Defense Insider recently spoke with Captain Roy Undersander, Executive Officer, Naval Air Station Jacksonville about NAS JAX’s plans for footprint reduction and a leaner...

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