Military provides its outlook on alternative fuels

We recently attended the 8th Annual Military Energy Alternatives conference in Washington D.C., where government officials and technology developers gathered to discuss energy related issues within the U.S. military. The conference hosted speakers across the energy spectrum from energy generation su...

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