US DoD to Spend $1.8 Billion on Clean Energy by 2025


According to the latest report published by Colarado-based Pike Research, the US Department of Defense is expected to spend $1.8 billion on clean energy by 2025. The clean energy programs also include conservation measures which are expected to increase steadily over the next 12 years.

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  • I’m sure many people will think it’s bad for our military to produce it’s own clean energy…..


  • The still cheaper than a single B2 bomber, nuclear submarine, or just destroyer. $1.8 billion is like chump change for the military….