Federal Government

The Federal Government stands far and above all others as the nation’s largest energy consumer.

Energy-utilizing buildings (350,000) account for 40 percent of the total, while vehicle (600,000) and equipment energy use account for 60 percent. The need for improved resiliency and mission readiness, and a desire to meet or exceed energy and water use reduction, mandates drive federal agencies to pursue next generation energy management financing and upgrades.

As a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Qualified ESCO and NAESCO Accredited Energy Service Provider, TEN has the qualifications and capabilities to implement energy efficiency and resiliency solutions for all types of government facilities, from federal courthouses and office buildings to military installations and national laboratories. Our comprehensive federal contracting options provide a framework that uses third-party financing to deliver energy efficiency, facility infrastructure upgrades, resiliency, and carbon free energy in a budget neutral manner without the need for congressional appropriations.

TEN can provide services under any of the following federal contracting vehicles. Click the links to learn more about each contract type.

Utility Energy Services Contracts (UESC) as an ESCO subcontractor to utilities.

Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC). TEN is a DOE ESPC Generation 4 Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) and ESPC ENABLE Contract Holder.

ESPC Energy Sales Agreements, which allow federal agencies to achieve clean energy and benefit from tax and other incentives through third-party ownership, similar to a Power Purchase Agreement.

Federal Government Projects

1501 Reedsdale St, Ste 401
Pittsburgh, PA 15233
800 North 3rd Street, Ste 203
Harrisburg, PA 17102
600 Germantown Pike, Ste 400
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462



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