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Reliable energy systems are crucial to the mission readiness of defense and civilian agencies. As aging infrastructure, extreme weather events, and cyber and physical attacks continue to threaten government operations, energy security has escalated as a strategic priority.
Centrica Business Solutions is committed to developing future-enabled systems to modernize federal infrastructure. We deliver energy resiliency and efficiency solutions that empower federal agencies to sustain operations and meet critical mission requirements long-term.
The Federal Sustainability Plan (EO 14057) sets out a range of ambitious goals to deliver an emissions reduction pathway for the Federal Government. Agencies have been directed to use their scale and procurement power to achieve five commitments that form the pillars of the executive action.
Achieve 100 percent carbon pollution-free electricity use by 2030, including 50 percent on a 24/7 basis.
100 percent zero-emission vehicle acquisitions by 2035, including zero-emission light-duty vehicle acquisitions by 2027.
A net-zero emissions building portfolio by 2045, including a 50 percent emissions reduction by 2032.
Net-zero emissions from federal procurement no later than 2050, including a Buy Clean policy to promote the use of construction materials.
Net-zero emissions from overall federal operations by 2050, including a 65 percent emissions reduction by 2030.
As a Department of Energy indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (DOE IDIQ) contract holder and energy services company (ESCO), Centrica Business Solutions is uniquely suited to help both civilian and defense agencies accelerate carbon-reduction goals outlined in The Federal Sustainability Plan and other mission-critical energy priorities.
Centrica pairs more than $1 billion in Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC) experience in the United States with a robust portfolio of international energy solutions projects for global accounts and foreign governments throughout Europe.
Centrica has also supported the development and implementation of Utility Energy Service Contracts (UESC) with utility partners throughout the United States, for end-users ranging from civilian agencies like the Federal Aviation Administration to defense agencies including the United States Navy.
Energy is required by the federal government to carry out essential services, from pioneering research to military mobilization and veteran healthcare. Federal agencies must address inefficient systems and make progress towards net-zero carbon targets to ensure energy security for decades to come.
By upgrading aging energy assets and infrastructure to more efficient technology, Federal Agencies can improve reliability while reducing operating costs.
The Federal Government has set clear net-zero goals. Upgrading energy technology will be critical in meeting carbon targets and ensuring climate resilience.
Enhancing energy security will help federal agencies prepare, withstand, and recover from energy disruptions so they can focus on their core mission.
We deliver a full range of innovative technology solutions in alignment with principles and goals of the Federal Sustainability Plan. Centrica Business Solutions can help the federal agencies achieve the right balance between efficiency, sustainability, and security to improve mission readiness.
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