Redhorse Awarded Resource Efficiency Management Support Contract for Marine Corps Base (MCB) Hawaii

Redhorse was awarded a follow-on 2-year contract to provide resource efficiency management (REM) services in support of the Marine Corps Base (MCB) Hawaii energy program. Redhorse support will include engineering and consulting services to identify, develop, and implement energy and water projects to reduce utility consumption and costs, improve infrastructure and building system efficiency, and conserve energy and water at MCB Hawaii.
MCB Hawaii, located on the Mokapu Peninsula of windward Oahu in the city of Honolulu, has prioritized energy and “green” initiatives. Redhorse is currently providing energy, engineering, and utility experts to optimize operations, minimize utility consumption and costs. REM services performed under this contract will comply with and support national policies regarding energy and water efficiency and renewable energy, including the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, Executive Orders 13514 and 13423, as well as related policies of the Department of the Navy, Marine Corps, and MCB Hawaii. Redhorse is helping to identify and develop energy conservation investment projects, coordinate energy and water conservation project execution, and support utility demand reduction programs.