The U.S. Navy is taking a leading role on the island with regard to a range of environmental issues notably recycling and the utilization of renewable energy sources. The push toward renewable energy sources is federally mandated as the National Defense Authorization Act of 2007 requires military installations to produce or procure 25% of their energy from renewable energy sources by 2025. Still the Navy on Guam is wasting no time and is putting together no less than three feasibility studies on three different types of renewable energy sources in a short space of time - Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion . . .
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