DOE Sends Energy Saving Team to U.S. Army Facility in Oklahoma

December 19, 2005

DOE deployed an Energy Saving Team to the Fort Sill Army base in Lawton, Oklahoma, on December 19th to identify low-cost and no-cost measures to save energy and money. Fort Sill is a 147-square-mile facility that houses 20,000 personnel, with a basic training site that trains nearly 20,000 new soldiers each year. The energy assessments are part of DOE's "Easy Ways to Save Energy" campaign, which includes sending Energy Saving Teams to the 30 largest federal facilities and the top 200 energy-intensive manufacturing facilities in the United States. See the DOE press release.