A Concurrent Technologies Corp.-University of Dayton Research Institute joint venture has been awarded a two-year, $2.4 million task order to examine, install and record upgrades to U.S. Air Force installations as part of the service branch’s energy management efforts.
It marks the 25th task order E2 Technologies received under a potential $99 million contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory, CTC President and CEO Ed Sheehan said in statement published Thursday.
Sheehan added the company aims to help the Air Force research, test and implement energy and environmental technologies through the contract.
AFRL awarded the contract in 2013 in an effort to help increase energy efficiency and resilience of the service branch’s facilities.
E2T will explore methods to sustain operations at critical Air Force sites in the event of a power outage caused by weather-related or malicious events.
A team of 18 professionals such as utility specialists and electrical engineers will carry out the task through March 2019, CTC noted.