Asheville, NC (PRWEB) March 05, 2014
FLS Energy announces that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, has awarded a base contract in Solar to FLS Energy. As an energy-related technology, the solar contract is a part of the $7 billion capacity, large-scale renewable and alternative energy power production Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC). A total of 15 solar contracts were awarded, with FLS Energy being one of only two southern U.S. companies to be selected.
The MATOC involves third-party financed renewable energy acquisitions and involves no Army or Department of Defense (DOD) capital, or Military Construction appropriation. The Army or DOD will purchase the power from contractors who own, operate and maintain the generating assets, according to the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers.
Dale Freudenberger, CEO of FLS Energy, says, “We are very excited about receiving the MATOC and continuing our long history of integrating solar into our military branches. Helping our military achieve a secure and renewable energy portfolio is critical in our Mission of Making Solar Mainstream.”
About FLS Energy
FLS Energy is a full service solar energy provider that owns and operates a portfolio of solar energy assets throughout the U.S. Our development team takes a project from conception to commissioning and offers complete in-house system design, engineering, construction, financing and turnkey project development. FLS Energy’s mission is to make solar mainstream. We are committed to building a scalable and sustainable business model that values the contributions of each of our employees while remaining good stewards of the world in which we live. For more information on FLS Energy, please visit http://www.flsenergy.com.