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Presentation by LTC Kevin J. Lovell, PMP
    To Washington, DC SAME Post
           March 21, 2012
             Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)

- Strategic Energy Situation
- Army’s Energy Needs and Performance
- Army’s Sustainable Focus on its Utility Needs
  - Energy Initiatives Task Force

                  Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
The Last 11 Years…

    Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
                              Army Energy Consumption

      United States                  Federal Government                              DoD                          U.S. Army

                                    1%                              80%                                 23%

       Facilities                                     35%                                 24%
       Vehicles & Equipment
                                               65%                                   76%                             58%
        (Tactical & Non-tactical)

   FY10 Highlights
                                                                                                  U.S. = 98,079 Trillion Btu
   •$2.5+B Operational Energy Costs
                                                                                                  Fed Gov = 1,096 Trillion Btu (FY09)
   •$1.2 B Facility Energy Costs
                                                                                                  DoD = 819 Trillion Btu
   •+64% fuel costs in Afghanistan - not counting cost to deliver and secure
                                                                                                  U.S. Army = 189 Trillion Btu
   •+$400 million increase in fuel costs expected in FY11 across DoD in Afghanistan

Sources: Energy Information Agency, 2010 Monthly Energy Review; Agency Annual Energy Management Data Reports submitted to DOE's Federal Energy
Management Program (Preliminary FY2010)

                                                     Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
 Energy Initiatives Task Force                              UNCLASSIFIED                                                                   4
                                 Army Energy Outlook
         Path to 25% Renewable Energy by 2025 - Notional
                                                                                           Energy Efficiency
                                                                                                                       Reaching Army energy
                                                                                                                       goals will require significant
                                                                                           Traditional Energy          number of large scale
                                                                                                                       renewable energy projects

                                                                                           Renewable Energy

                                                                                                                                        NDAA 2010:
                                                                                                                                        25% by 2025

                                                      % Renewable Energy of Total Energy
 Major Issues for Army Large Scale
 Renewable Energy Projects
                                                                                                           Renewable Energy
 • Declining Budgets/Incentive Leverage
        Need for third party financing                                                             EP Act 2005
                                                                                                  7.5% by 2013
 • Specialized Expertise
        Requires financial, regulatory,
        environmental, and real estate expertise                                                            Army Progress: .5% in 2011 from
 • Enterprise Strategy                                                                                      168 different projects

        To define the most efficient path to
        reach Army goals

                                               Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force                         UNCLASSIFIED                                                                                    5   5
                                                                          Strategic Overlook
Key Strategic Documents                                    OE Campaign Plan                     Army Campaign Plan
                               13 Jan09
       29 Jul 11
 Operational Energy -         Army Energy
                                                               Army Operational Energy
  Initial Capabilities          Security                           Campaign Plan
   Document (ICD)           Implementation
                            Strategy (AESIS)
                                                                   TBP Dec 11
      Operational Energy
         Documents                                                        Contingency Basing        Draft 16 Aug 11
                                                                            Campaign Plan
                               Army Power and
                              Energy White Paper
            24 Sep 10
        Tactical Fuel and                                                                &             ACP 2012 (Draft)
        Implementation                                                                                 Campaign Objective 2.0
                                                                       Draft v0.2, 30 Jul 11
              Plan                  1 Apr 10                                                           Provide Facilities, Programs &
                                                                 CB Campaign Plan                      Services to Support the Army
                                                                                                       and Army Families
                                                                                                           2-8 Institutionalize
                                                                                                           Contingency Basing
                                                                                                       Campaign Objective 8.0
                                                                   Leader Development
                                                                                                       Improve Energy Security and
                                                                      And Training                     Sustainability
                                                                     Change Culture                        Major Objective 8-2
                                                                                                           Enhance Operational Energy
                                               22 Feb 11                                                   Effectiveness & Operational
                            13 Oct 10                                                                      Sustainability
  19 Aug 10
      19 Aug 10
                            13 Oct 10                              DICR’s and Joint ICD
                                                    Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)                6
                         Operational Energy
                       Army Energy Initiatives Task Force

   Energy Initiatives Task Force (EITF) established by the Secretary of the Army
   on September 15, 2011.
   EITF serves as the central management office for partnering with
   Army installations to implement cost-effective, large-scale,
   renewable energy projects, leveraging private sector financing.
           • Projects greater than 10MW
                  • Will coordinate with installations for 1-10MW
                  • Potential for projects that exceed Army requirements
           • Solar, Wind, Biomass/WTE and Geothermal technologies
                  • Potential to support resource validation, environmental
                    permitting, regulatory approval and other project

           • Will use DoD land-use and third-party financing authorities

   Potentially over 1 GW of projects to satisfy Army
                                                                                               Secretary of the Army
   requirements.                                                                                 John M. McHugh

                                          Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force                       Unclassified                                                       7
                                                   EITF Organization

                                                                          Executive Director

                                                                             John Lushetsky

                                                                                                                                       Heidi Hansen
                                                                                                                                 Office of General Counsel

             Planning Division                                            Execution Division                                  Outreach Division

           Kathleen Ahsing, Director                                       Alan King, Director                                Jon Powers, Director
                     Jeff Smith                                              Douglas Waters
                LTC Kevin Lovell                                                 Erich Kurre


                                            U.S. Army Corp of Engineers   Defense Logistical Command   Department of Energy

            National Renewable Energy Lab                                                                                        Pacific Northwest National Lab

                                             Department of Air Force          Department of Interior   Department of Navy

Note: The EITF reports to the DASA IE&E (E&S), Mr. Richard Kidd, IV
                                                                  Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force                                               Unclassified                                                                          8
                  The EITF and the Army Campaign Plan
                                                                                           Achieve Energy
                                                                                             Security &
                                                                                                ASA (IE&E)
                                                                                         Staff Coordination: ACSIM
                                                                                           Core Enterprise: SICE

                                                                                         8-1 Adapt / Execute
                                                                                         Installation Energy
                                                                                             Security and

                                                                                    The EITF is
                                                                                    leading efforts
                                                                                    to deploy large
                                                                                    energy projects
                                                                                    in fulfillment of
                                                                                    ACP Objective

                                Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force             Unclassified                                                               9
                            EITF Enabling Authorities
            The EITF will leverage existing Army authorities to meet
            sustainability and renewable energy goals:
            • Utility Energy Services Contracts (10 USC 2913)
            • Enhanced-use Leasing (10 USC 2667)
            • Easement authority (40 USC 1314)
            • Acquisition of Utility Services (FAR Part 41)
            • Power Purchase Agreements (10 USC 2922a)
            • Energy Savings Performance Contracts (42 USC 8287 )
            • Cooperative Agreements (31 USC 6305)
            • Sale of electrical power from alternative energy and co-generation
              facilities (10 USC 2916)
            • Environment, Energy and Water Efficiency, Renewable Energy
              Technologies, Occupational Safety, and Drug-Free Workplace (FAR Part

                                        Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force                     Unclassified                                                  10
                        Planning and Execution Process
      The EITF is producing a process for developing large-scale renewable energy projects that is
      clear, consistent and transparent. This process will be described in a Renewable Energy
      Project Development Guide that will detail the five phases of project development.

   “Identify and Prioritize       “Developing an Opportunity           “Getting a Binding          “Constructing Assets;        “Managing the Operation
       Opportunities”                   Into a Project”                   Agreement”               Structuring Services”        and Transition to Closure”
      Target: 90 Days                Target: 90-180 Days               Target: .5-1 Years            Target: 1-3 Years             Target: 10-30 years
                      Current: 1-3 years                               Current: 1-3 Years

• Conduct GIS Screening to        • Conduct initial legal and     • Develop Acquisition         • Monitor and Enforce          • Track PPA Payments
  ID installations w/ RE            regulatory review               Requirements and              performance, quality,        • Track REC management
  potential                       • Initiate NEPA assessments       Evaluation Criteria           schedule and warranty        • Conduct enforcement of
• Analyze maturity of effort      • Provide full Economic Case    • Solicit Proposals from        commitments                    performance, quality, and
• Assess top level economics        Analysis (ECA)                  Industry                    • Structure and Implement        warranty commitments
• Identify sites on               • Coordinate Off-Take and       • Select “Highest Ranking       Support Service                with operator
  installations w/ master           other Stakeholder Input         Offeror”                      Agreements to Developer      • Conduct validation of
  plans                           • Define Real Estate strategy   • Obtain Required Approvals   • Structure and Account for      O&M activities vs O&M
• Visit installation and          • Define System Integration       and Clearances                Lease Payments or In-Kind      plan/schedule (case by
  confirm data on sites             approach                      • Finalize Business             Consideration                  case)
• Assess Environmental and        • Assess Mission Operation        Arrangements                • Structure and Account for    • Manage Counterparty Risk
  Operational Issues                and Security Impacts          • Award Contract or Execute     Power Purchase Payments        (credit monitoring)
• Conduct Go/No Go                • Obtain Required Approvals       Lease                       • Structure and Implement      • Develop
  Assessment                        and Clearances                                                Service Agreements with        transition/maintenance/d
• Prioritize sites in portfolio   • Define Acquisition                                            Developer                      e-commissioning plan
  on Army RE goals                  Approach                                                    • Structure REC transactions   • Update installation energy
• Sign MOU with                                                                                   and accounting                 plan
  installations                                                                                   mechanisms

                                                               Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force                                            Unclassified                                                                         11
                                  Our Evaluation Process
           In tandem with the “enterprise view”, we are constantly
         responding to ideas coming from industry and installations
       Phase 1                                      Phase 3                                 Phase 5
                       Phase 2 Project                                   Phase 4
     Opportunity                                   Acquisition                             O&M and
                         Validation                                    Construction
    Identification                                  Process                                 Closure

    Systematic                  Previous
    Enterprise                  Studies
                                                                     Phase 1
    Approach                                                       Opportunity
                                                                                                                       Phase 2
                                                                     Screening and            MOU                 Project Validation
                                                                 Prioritization based on
                                Prioritization &                  Mission, Regulatory,       Signed
                                    Slotting                      Legal, and Economic
                                 600 Projects                           Suitability


                                                           Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force                                        Unclassified                                                  12
                                 A Balanced Approach
              EITF seeks to create a balanced pipeline of opportunities that will
                                 serve three driving principles
                                                      Energy Security
                                    • Surety (access)                        24x7 supply
                                    • Survivability (resilience)             for critical
                                    • Supply (alternative sources)           assets
                                    • Sufficiency (adequacy for missions)
                                    • Sustainability                         Price Stability

                                                     Life Cycle Cost
                                                   Deployment Speed
                                                    Capacity Factor

                     Mandates                                                             Economic Benefits
      • NDAA – 25% by 2025                                                      • In-kind revenue
      • EPAct – 7.5% renewable electricity                                      • Reduced/stable energy bills
        consumption by 2013
      • EO 13514– 34% GHG reduction by 2020

                                               Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force                            Unclassified                                                  13
                  Systematic Enterprise Approach
                  We have screened the entire Army enterprise to
                     identify a strong bench of opportunities

    Where is best potential                                                         Where is Energy
     for Large Scale RE?                                                            Security critical?
      96 Sites, 179 Opportunities                                                                    Security Tier
            (180 Sites Total)

      Where could RE be                                                        Where are other factors
      cheaper than grid                                                            to consider?
                                                                              •   Additional off-take
          power?                                                              •   Existing utility relationships
                                                                              •   Access to transmission
            90 sites for wind                                                 •   Well defined environmental
            39 sites for solar                                                    issues
           10 sites for biomass

                                    Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force                 Unclassified                                                           14
                                   RE sites potentially below grid-price
                                                 Estimated                                                        Estimated Grid                                                Estimated Grid
                 PV Sites                      Grid Premium                 Biomass Sites                            Premium                            Wind Sites 2               Premium
Pohakuloa Training Area                        $      (0.28)   Tripler AMC                                    $           (0.08)   Fort George G Meade                      $         (0.06)
Pupukea Paalaa Uka Mil Road                    $      (0.28)   USA Field Station Kunia                        $           (0.07)   Defense Distribution Region West Tracy   $         (0.06)
Fort De Russy                                  $      (0.11)   Fort Hamilton                                  $           (0.05)   Fort Dix                                 $         (0.06)
                                                               Kipapa Ammo Storage Site                       $           (0.04)   Tobyhanna Army Depot                     $         (0.06)
Makua Mil Reserve                              $      (0.11)
                                                               MTA Camp Edwards                               $           (0.03)   Fort Lesley J McNair                     $         (0.06)
Schofield Bks Military Reservation             $      (0.11)
                                                               Fort Drum                                      $           (0.03)   MTC-H Camp Grayling                      $         (0.06)
Gerstle River Arctic Test Site                 $      (0.11)   Defense Distribution Region West Sharpe Site   $           (0.02)   Fort Huachuca                            $         (0.05)
Aliamanu Military Reservation                  $      (0.11)   Watervliet Arsenal                             $           (0.01)   Camp Grafton                             $         (0.05)
Waianae-Kai Military Reservation               $      (0.10)   Parks Reserve Forces Training Area             $           (0.01)   Fort Bliss AAA Ranges                    $         (0.05)
Kahuku Training Area                           $      (0.10)   Defense Distribution Region West Tracy         $           (0.00)   White Sands Missile Range                $         (0.05)
Fort Shafter                                   $      (0.10)                                                                       Fort Buchanan                            $         (0.05)
Tripler AMC                                    $      (0.10)                                                                       Camp Dodge Johnston TS                   $         (0.05)
Kipapa Ammo Storage Site                       $      (0.10)                                                                       Yakima Training Center                   $         (0.05)
USA Field Station Kunia                        $      (0.10)
                                                                                                                  Estimated Grid   Fort Riley                               $         (0.05)
                                                                                                                                   Fort Ord                                 $         (0.04)
Wheeler Army Airfield                          $      (0.10)                  Wind Sites 1                          Premium        Fort Indiantown Gap                      $         (0.04)
Helemano Military Reservation                  $      (0.09)   Pupukea Paalaa Uka Mil Road                    $         (0.43)     Fort Detrick                             $         (0.04)
Fort Hamilton                                  $      (0.07)   Pohakuloa Training Area                        $         (0.40)     Iowa AAP                                 $         (0.04)
Fort Hunter Liggett                            $      (0.06)   Makua Mil Reserve                              $         (0.21)     Walter Reed AMC Main Post                $         (0.04)
MTC-H Camp Roberts                             $      (0.06)   Tripler AMC                                    $         (0.20)     Charles E Kelly Support Facility         $         (0.04)
MTA Camp Edwards                               $      (0.06)   Fort De Russy                                  $         (0.20)     Fort Richardson                          $         (0.04)
NTC and Fort Irwin                             $      (0.06)   Kahuku Training Area                           $         (0.20)     Camp Rapid                               $         (0.04)
                                                               Fort Hamilton                                  $         (0.20)     Detroit Arsenal                          $         (0.04)
ITC Camp San Luis Obisbo                       $      (0.06)
                                                               Fort Shafter                                   $         (0.20)     Lake City AAP                            $         (0.04)
Sierra Army Depot                              $      (0.05)
                                                               Waianae-Kai Military Reservation               $         (0.19)     USA Adelphi Laboratory Ctr               $         (0.04)
Defense Distribution Region West Tracy         $      (0.05)   MTA Camp Edwards                               $         (0.18)     Yuma Proving Ground                      $         (0.04)
Defense Distribution Region West Sharpe Site   $      (0.04)   Aliamanu Military Reservation                  $         (0.18)     Military Ocean Tml Sunny Point           $         (0.04)
Riverbank AAP                                  $      (0.04)   Gerstle River Arctic Test Site                 $         (0.17)     Fort A P Hill                            $         (0.03)
Parks Reserve Forces Training Area             $      (0.04)   Black Rapids Training Area                     $         (0.16)     NG Mead TS/FMS 06/UTES 02                $         (0.03)
Fort Ord                                       $      (0.04)   NTC and Fort Irwin                             $         (0.16)     MTA Fort Wm Henry Harrison               $         (0.03)
Hawthorne Army Depot                           $      (0.03)   Helemano Military Reservation                  $         (0.14)     Hawthorne Army Depot                     $         (0.03)
White Sands Missile Range                      $      (0.03)   ITC Camp San Luis Obisbo                       $         (0.13)     MTCH Camp Guernsey                       $         (0.03)
                                                               Stones Ranch Military Reservation              $         (0.12)     Pueblo Chemical Depot                    $         (0.03)
Presidio Of Monterey                           $      (0.03)
                                                               USA Field Station Kunia                        $         (0.12)     Carlisle Barracks                        $         (0.03)
Stones Ranch Military Reservation              $      (0.03)
                                                               Pinon Canyon                                   $         (0.12)     MTA Camp Rilea                           $         (0.03)
Pinon Canyon                                   $      (0.03)   NG Camp Fogarty TS                             $         (0.11)     Kansas AAP                               $         (0.03)
Fort Bliss                                     $      (0.02)   Fort Drum                                      $         (0.11)     Defense Distrib Depot Susq               $         (0.03)
Watervliet Arsenal                             $      (0.02)   Wheeler Army Airfield                          $         (0.11)     Tooele Army Depot                        $         (0.03)
Fort Drum                                      $      (0.01)   Schofield Bks Military Reservation             $         (0.11)     Sierra Army Depot                        $         (0.02)
NG Camp Fogarty TS                             $      (0.01)   NG TS Ethan Allen Range                        $         (0.10)     Marseilles (MTA Training Area)           $         (0.02)
Fort Huachuca                                  $      (0.00)   Defense Distribution Region West Sharpe Site   $         (0.10)     McAlester AAP                            $         (0.02)
Fort Myer                                      $      (0.00)   Fort Monmouth Main Post                        $         (0.09)     CTC Fort Custer Trng Center              $         (0.02)
HQBN Henderson Hall Arlington                  $      (0.00)   Camp Perry TS (CTC)                            $         (0.09)     US Army Joint Sys Mfg Ctr Lima           $         (0.02)
                                                               Presidio Of Monterey                           $         (0.09)     Umatilla Chem Depot                      $         (0.01)
                                                               Kipapa Ammo Storage Site                       $         (0.09)     Blossom Point Research Facility          $         (0.01)
                                                               HQBN Henderson Hall Arlington                  $         (0.09)     MTC-H Camp Roberts                       $         (0.01)
                                                               Fort Bliss                                     $         (0.09)     Fort Pickett, ARNG MTC                   $         (0.01)
                                                               Fort Myer                                      $         (0.09)     Stewart Annex                            $         (0.01)
                                                               Riverbank AAP                                  $         (0.08)     Camp Ashland                             $         (0.01)
                                                               Picatinny Arsenal                              $         (0.08)     Newport Chem Depot                       $         (0.01)
                                                                                                                                   MTA Camp Crowder Neosho                  $         (0.00)
                                                                                                                                   Ravenna Training and Log Site            $         (0.00)

                                                                                   Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
                       Project Risk Assessment Template
                                                                  Project Risk Assessment
                                        Mission/      • How does project enhance energy security on Installation?
                                        Security      • What are the possible impacts to Installation operations?
   Project Risk Factors are
   reviewed on a weekly basis to                      •   What is the estimate of the baseline capital cost?
   identify roadblocks and key                        •   Have all other development costs been included?
   issues for successful project                      •   What is the value of any REC’s?
   development                         Economics      •   Is resource validation required? What is the status?
                                                      •   What is existing utility rate and alternative tariffs?
                                                      •   Does Economic Case Analysis (ECA) show cost savings for Army
                                                          considering current and project utility rates?

                                                      • What is the approach and what authority is being used?
                                       Real Estate
                                                      • What are issues to obtaining required BLM agreement?

                                       Regulatory     • What are the regulatory limits for interconnection, net-metering?
                                         (Legal)      • What is the status of getting required PUC approvals?

                                                      • How much does installation use now and is this sufficient to consume all
                                                      • If power is to be sold off the installation, have off-takers been identified?
                                                      • What is the status of state RPS to drive demand?

                                                      • What are the technical issues to connect to grid (e.g., substation, line
                                                        capacity, etc.)?
                                                      • What is the status of required interconnect or flow studies?

                                                      • What are the major NEPA issues?
                                                      • Who will implement NEPA and what is the timeline?

                                                      • What is acquisition strategy and timeline to implement?
                                                      • What performance risks are there with the developer or other partners?
                                   Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force                Unclassified
                                 Sample of Key Renewable Energy
                              Stakeholders, Their Relevance & Impact
          ACSIM / IMCOM                                  DASA (E&S) & (I&H)                                     USACE
    ACSIM: Review Reports of Availability          DASA (E&S): To determine Army
     for consistency with DA requirements for        Facilities energy policy                     Through Chief Appraiser, establishes
     those outgrants on Army-controlled             DASA (I&H): Chairs Real Estate Business       appraisal standards, ensures certification
     military real property requiring approval       Clearance Process and provides policy,        of DA appraisers, and reviews or
     by higher authority. Approves distribution      programming and oversight for the full        delegates review of contractor or staff
     of funds from EUL                               lifecycle of real estate programs and         prepared appraisal of real property
    IMCOM: Coordinates and processes                actions                                      Contracts for Environmental Baseline
     EUL Actions. Ensures EULs are                                                                 Surveys
     recorded and documented in the RPI.                                                          Oversees Report of Availability
     Recommends distribution of funds from                                                        Administers lease compliance, in-kind
     EUL                                                                                           considerations, and REC/Utility bill

   Provides environmental expertise to                  Renewable Energy                                     ASA (ALT)
    leaders, commands, Soldiers, and                          Project
                                                                                                  Provide our Soldiers a decisive advantage
   Contracts for and oversees environmental
                                                                                                   in any mission by developing, acquiring,
                                                                                                   fielding, and sustaining the world's best
                                                                                                   equipment and services and leveraging
                                                                                                   technologies and capabilities to meet
                                                                                                   current and future Army needs
             Army G-3/5/7
   Determines project compatibility with
    mission requirements
                                                                                                            ASA (FM&C)
                                                   Plans, integrates, awards, and administers    Formulate submit and defend the Army’s
                      DLA                           contracts throughout the ARFORGEN              budget to the American people; provide
                                                    Cycle supporting the Army Commands             timely, accurate and reliable information
   Leader in DoD’s efforts to supply the           (ACOMs), Direct Reporting Units (DRUs),        to enable leaders and managers to
    military services with alternative fuel and     USARNORTH and other organizations              incorporate cost considerations into their
    renewable energy solutions                                                                     decision making

                                                   Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force                             UNCLASSIFIED                                                                          17
           Rapid Improvement Event

• Validated the current state process
  – Including documented DLA and USACE
    acquisition timelines for ESPC, UESC, and PPA
• Answered outstanding issues (use of
  commander’s site license, RGB purview,
  OMB scoring, DoD Siting Clearing House,
  Phase 1 data sources
• Created dialogue amongst different
  stakeholders and socialized the need to
  centralize processes within the EITF to
  generate 1 project per quarter
                  Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
    Rapid Improvement Event Next Steps

• Distribute Executive Summary and After
  Action Report of Session
• Adjust process maps to reflect
• Incorporate recommendations into draft of
  Project Development Guide
• Distribute draft of Project Development
  Guide to participants for review and
  comment       Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
                            EITF Acquisition Approach
                                                                  Multi-Award Task Order Contract (MATOC)
   •     The EITF will develop a multi-
         pronged acquisition strategy that                        Solar, Wind,
         can provide required flexibility
         beyond the Task Force term.                              Companies            •   Qualification based on demonstrated
                                                                                           experience to develop and finance
                                                                                           RE projects
                                                                 Qualification/        •   3-5 Companies per Technology
   •     We expect to utilize multiple                                                 •   Initial 3 year contract with 1 year
         contracting offices, potentially                         Downselect               options
                                                                                       •   On-Ramp and Off-Ramp Provisions
         including the Army Corp of                                                    •   Target release of 3Q12
         Engineers and Defense Logistics                            Qualified
         Agency, as well as DOE                                    Developers                                                  RE
                                                                                             Project Specific
         contracting authorities (WPA, BPA,                                                  Task PPA Order
         TVA).                                                                                                                PPA
                                                                                       •   SBA and Unrestricted based on
   •     The EITF anticipates leveraging a                                             •
                                                                                           Project Size
                                                                                           $5B total ceiling for 30 years’
         Multi-Award Task Award Contract                            EITF Due               payments
         (MATOC) for PPA’s being                                    Diligence
         developer through USACE-
         Huntsville.                                              RE Project
           –   Draft RFP was issued for comment on               Opportunities
               February 24, 2012
                                             Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
Energy Initiatives Task Force                          Unclassified                                                               20

   • If you have questions or want to do
     business with the Army’s Energy Initiative
     Task Force, please register at
   Or contact:
   LTC Kevin J. Lovell, PMP

                                Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
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                                 Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment)
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