Tuesday, May 12, 2015 – 22:45
Southland Energy, a division of Southland Industries, was recently awarded an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) by the US Army Corps of Engineers. As part of a list of thirteen large businesses and one small business awarded this contract, Southland Energy will now be able to implement energy and water efficiency projects for the US Army and other Department of Defense agencies.
With the ability to contract directly with the federal government, Southland Energy will be able to help the government meet the Presidential Performance Contracting Challenge through the expanded use of performance based contracts, as well as achieve mandated energy reduction goals in accordance with the National Energy Conservation Policy Act.
“Southland Energy is honored to be working with the US Army Corps of Engineers ESPC III Program to help achieve energy efficiency for the Department of Defense and other federal agencies. With Southland Energy’s extensive innovative performance based energy efficiency projects, we are well poised to bring innovation to the federal government, while saving energy and reducing costs,” stated Vice President of Southland Energy Natasha Shah.