Contracts. Our Current and Executed Past Performance

Green Powered Technology has developed energy solutions projects with clients consisting of the Federal Government, State and Local Government,  and Private Industry. The following highlights recent project experience:

Green Powered Technology (GPTech) provided energy engineering and related expertise to support USTDA’s global efforts to promote the export of U.S. goods and services for infrastructure projects in developing and middle-income projects in the energy sector. GPTech provided general engineering expertise, development and design of program activities, technical inputs to the drafting and revising of technical documents including terms of reference and budgets, technical advice during monitoring and oversight of programming, and technical advice on new or emerging technologies and market trends in emerging markets.
Green Powered Technology (GPTech) conducted training programs for acquisition/procurement professionals in emerging economies under the GPI. GPTech’s technical specialists brought professional experience in developing and designing large-scale traditional and renewable energy power generation projects as well as experience in procurement in the sector, including experience with Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA), total cost of ownership, and value determination.
USTDA hosted two separate, simultaneous high-level Reverse Trade Missions (RTMs) for Ministers to Houston, Texas and Chicago, Illinois from seven African countries and a Minister-level official from an African regional economic community. The RTMs were designed to share U.S. experience fostering economic growth through key infrastructure investments by highlighting U.S. expertise in transportation and energy.

Green Powered Technology (GPTech) provided Advance Team services to assist USTDA with planning, scheduling, and logistical preparation and provide seamless and timely execution of each activity under the RTM, including ensuring seamless movement for each participating Principal at each RTM.

As a subcontractor, Green Powered Technology supported Maryland’s Public Service Commission to develop and refine an assessment pertaining to whether Direct Connection Attachment Facility transmission upgrades to the grid operated by PJM Interconnection, LLC will be needed as a result of construction of a Qualified Offshore Wind Project(s) relative to a projected in-service date. The assessment may be used as a proxy by applicants when submitting an application for a proposed offshore wind project.
As a subcontractor, Green Powered Technology provided a focused and coordinated effort for improvement in the energy-efficient operation of key facilities and research and makes recommendations for energy conservation programs offered through Energy Saving Performance Contracting (ESPC) and Utilities Energy Service Contracts (UESC). Under ESPC, GPTech helps (1) identify and evaluate energy-saving opportunities at selected ICE-owned facilities; (2) develop engineering designs and specifications (3) manage the project from design to installation to monitoring and arrange for financing; (4) provide training; and (5) ensure that energy savings cover all project costs.
SeaPort-e is a Navy Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) for engineering, technical, financial and program management services. SeaPort-e provides a common, performance-based vehicle for consistent acquisition processes and policies across Navy and Marine Corps commands while still allowing decentralized ordering. SeaPort-e customers include:

  • Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)
  • Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
  • Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR)
  • Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)
  • Military Sealift Command (MSC)
  • Naval Facilities Command (NAVFAC)
  • Strategic Systems Programs (SSP)
  • Office of Naval Research (ONR)
  • United States Marine Corps (USMC)

This contract allows the Navy and Marine Corps to create cost-effective and integrated business practices for all their Virtual Systems Commands. For more information on SeaPort-e, click here.