National Defense Energy & Environmental Alliance, a joint venture between Concurrent Technologies Corp. and Battelle, has been selected with three other contractors to support the National Defense Center for Energy and Environment.
E2A will look to demonstrate, validate and transition technologies in an effort to assist Defense Department installations, ranges and weapon systems and work to meet the needs of warfighters and efficiency/effectiveness requirements, CTC said Thursday.
The U.S. Army awarded a potential $122.5 million contract in April to E2A, Booz Allen Hamilton, AECOM and Noblis for research, demonstration and deployment of technology systems to aid the NDCEE’s efforts.
Ed Sheehan, CTC president and CEO, said that the E2A joint venture will offer its 25-year background as an operator of the NDCEE and provide the organization with business and technical support to help its push to meet sustainability goals.
NDCEE was founded as a national leadership organization that aims to address DoD, federal government and industrial government requirements in environmental safety, occupational health and energy.