Renewable energy options: Robins AFB
Bulpitt, William S.
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Robins Air Force Base seeks to determine the feasibility and cost effectiveness of utilizing renewable energy sources and technology to meet Robins AFB's energy needs. The Georgia Environmental Facility Authority's Energy Innovation Center, working with Georgia Tech, the University of Georgia, and the Herty Advanced Material Development Center will analyze commercially-available renewable energy sources and conversion technologies to determine feasibility of displacing energy currently supplied through fossil fuel sources. The Authority will provide its professional opinion on new and emerging renewable energy technologies that may have an application at Robins. This feasibility analysis shall be the basis for renewable projects on Robins to allow the base to meet federal law, DOD, and AF goals for energy, fossil fuel, and greenhouse gas reduction. The authority shall work with Robins AFB personnel to determine feasibility as well as cost and savings potential of renewable energy.