Noblis aims to help the National Defense Center for Energy and the Environment transition technologies for the Defense Department under a $122.5 million contract the U.S. Army awarded in April.
The company is one of four vendors that are eligible to provide services to NDCEE in support of the center’s efforts to transfer environmental, safety, occupational health and energy platforms to U.S. warfighters, Noblis said Wednesday.
Noblis has supported the department’s energy, environmental and sustainability programs over the past two decades.
“Now more than ever, DoD end-users seek cost-effective, innovative, scalable, and readily implementable solutions that can measurably enhance DoD’s primary national security mission,” said Amr ElSawy, Noblis president and CEO.
The company also seeks to help NDCEE determine optimal technology insertion points, engage technology end-users early, test platforms under operational conditions and identify barriers that slow or impede fielding of systems.