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In an undated photo, the sign for Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, posted along Interstate Highway 5 reads, 'Preserving California's Precious Resources.' Camp Pendleton is the premier Fleet Marine Force training base on the West Coast. (Courtesy Photo)
U.S. Marines with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and members of the Resource Management Branch, Environment Security, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, lower a solar-powered water circulator into Lake O'Neill on Camp Pendleton, California, Aug 4, 2020. The circulators help prevent algal growth and improve oxygenation by mixing and aerating water throughout the lake. Camp Pendleton’s Resource Management Branch performed maintenance on three units, then returned them into the lake with assistance from 7th ESB. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Drake Nickels)
Contractors install an upgraded boiler in a 32 area building aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, August 4, 2020. The base is in the process of significantly bolstering energy security through the installation of new equipment, the repair of failing equipment and upgrading and building out its facility related controls systems (FRCS) to provide command and control capability to over 600 facilities on site. (Photo courtesy of the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Energy Team.)
The site testing team in front of the microgrid powerplant after successful black start tests at Marine Corps Air station Miramar, June 20, 2020.
(Left) Steven Smith, vice president, Energy Systems Group; presents Alicia Florez, Engineering Manager, Production Plant Barstow, Marine Depot Maintenance Command; with a plaque thanking her for her part in getting the10-acre solar photo voltaic installation aboard the Yermo Annex up and going. The solar farm was officially opened when Col. Craig Clemans, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., cut the ribbon on the project Oct. 22. The new solar project is expected to save the base $26,000,000 over the 22-year life of the contract with ESG
(Left) David Base, Energy Systems Group; Lt. Cmdr. Jamie Rivas, Public Works Officer, MCLB Barstow; Steven Smith, vice president, ESG; and David Koch ESG; join Col. Craig Clemans, commanding officer, MCLBB; as he officially opens a ten acre solar farm aboard the Yermo Annex of Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Oct. 22.
The day the lights went out
MCAS Miramar conducts successful test on microgrid
Jerry Piper Jr., laborer, removes an older sprinkler head in the process of swapping it out for a newer, more water efficient sprinkler head on Sorensen Field as part of the Water Conservation Program aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Aug. 5.
The antenna station outside the Base Safety Office for the Wet-Bulb Globe Temperature machine. The black device on the left is the actual wet-bulb that uses wind force, barometric pressure, humidity and other factors to determine the actual ambient temperature to the appropriate heat index flag is posted at the front gate of MCLB Barstow.
Working together: San Diego and the Marine Corps form a greater understanding
MCRD San Diego receives energy award from SDG&E
Members of the California Public Utilities Commission tour MCAS Miramar’s energy operations center as well as the microgrid, and other current energy conservation projects on the flight line and at the Miramar Landfill on MCAS Miramar, Dec. 3, 2018. The Marine Corps Energy program on Marine Corps Air Station Miramar is responsible for finding and enacting new, innovative ways to improve energy efficiency throughout the base.
Energy innovation is the road to resilience
Energy innovation is the road to resilience
LimeBike arrives at MCAS Miramar
LimeBike arrives at MCAS Miramar
LimeBike arrives at MCAS Miramar
MCAS Miramar celebrates Earth Day
MCAS Miramar celebrates Earth Day