Under contract to the US Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, Redhorse provides Resource Efficiency Manager (REM) services to the Joint Region Marianas (JRM) energy program. JRM is of strategic importance to the DoD based on its close proximity to China. Redhorse supports the mission for JRM at the regional level and Andersen Air Force Base and Naval Base Guam at the installation level. This project encompasses 19 million ft2 of facilities, total utility budgets of $51 million, and base populations totaling 9,300 military personnel. Redhorse’s team has identified, developed and helped execute energy efficiency and resiliency projects with $55 million in lifecycle energy cost savings. Projects include general facility energy improvements, HVAC and humidity improvements, innovative technologies such as solar-assisted HVAC, photovoltaic and solar thermal renewable energy systems, retro-commissioning, smart-grid, and light-emitting diode technologies.
Redhorse performs data analytics and modeling on energy and utilities data to verify consumption, billings, trends, and anomalies and perform lifecycle cost analyses and return on investments. We identify and develop energy conservation measures into projects of all types, ranging from no-cost/low-cost measures to multi-million dollar projects. Redhorse prepares project documentation for Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (SRM), Energy Resilience and Conservation Investment Program (ERCIP) and other Military Construction (MCON) projects. We coordinated energy awareness and training programs, including building networks of Building Energy Managers. We conduct energy audits or coordinate audits by others in compliance with the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 and prepare an array of reports to include the annual energy reports, Defense Utility Energy Reporting System (DUERS) reports, and Air Force Energy Reporting System (AFERS) reports.