Army Moving on Renewable Energy for Bases

John M. Doyle

When officials broke ground on a $9.6 million solar power, renewable energy project at Utah's Tooele Army Depot on Aug. 17, one of the VIPs on hand was the top commander of all the armed services, Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Read on... "This is a glimpse of the future," Dempsey said during the ceremony at the 15-acre site west of Salt Lake City, which is one of five Defense Department ammunition storage and distribution sites. "Public and private partnershi...
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