Army finds going green is tougher with reduced funding

11/27/2013 | FederalTimes.com

Spending cuts led the U.S. Army to cancel clean-energy projects worth $250 million in fiscal 2013, according to Richard Kidd, deputy assistant secretary for energy and sustainability for the Army. Budget cuts have also affected maintenance and repair of existing operations, which, Kidd said, will reduce energy efficiency.

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