Smart Energy, Strong Defense

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This week we highlight some of the top stories from Energy Digital in 2012. Check back to see which stories make the cut. For the US military, reduci...

 

This week we highlight some of the top stories from Energy Digital in 2012. Check back to see which stories make the cut.

 

For the US military, reducing energy consumption and employing green technologies has little to do with saving money or the planet, and even less to do with politics. It's about a broader mission that has always defined the U.S. Armed Forces—protecting Americans at home and abroad. Increased access to clean and reliable energy means increased efficiencies and performance of all aspects of operations, including base and facility operations, transportation and portable soldier power.

See what the military says about the importance of reducing its dependence on fossil fuels:

 

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