FORT HOOD -- They aren't all up yet but Fort Hood will soon get around fifteen percent of its power from an on-post solar array and up to another fifty percent from a wind farm near Lubbock. The post is working to become a leader in clean energy across the U.S. military.
"Fort Hood is a leader right now in many, many areas," Fort Hood Director of Public Works Brian Dosa said. "We are talking about renewable energy today. We were the first hybrid wind and solar project and the largest project that the army's had yet."