Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point hoping for savings through electric infrastructure improvements

The energy projects are self-financing, allowing MCAS Cherry Point to fund infrastructure improvements through energy and operational savings. The SRS program is helping the station fulfill Executive Order 13123 requirements directing the Federal Government, the nation’s largest energy consumer, to reduce energy usage in its facilities by 35 percent per square foot by the year 2010.

PARIS, March 6, 2001 (PRNewswire) – Rhodia, Schneider Electric, Thomson multimedia and Usinor announce the creation of KeyMRO, a joint company specializing in purchasing via the Internet.

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