HUNTSVILLE — With the theme “Innovation and New Technology Integration,” the Army Engineering and Support Center Huntsville is hosting an energy workshop next month. The event is Aug. 1-3 at the Jackson Center in Huntsville’s Cummings Research Park.
The focus is on the Huntsville Center’s capabilities in the energy savings performance contracting and utility energy services contracting programs.
U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Birmingham) and Brendan Owens, assistant secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations, and Environment, are scheduled as keynote speakers.
As the Army’s exclusive agency for third-party financed acquisitions, Huntsville Center holds this annual ESPC and UESC workshop for its contractors on the center’s $1.5 billion multiple award task order.
The center’s Energy Division has a $2 billion energy savings performance contract portfolio and a $1 billion utility energy service contracts portfolio.