Constellation Energy advised that it had been granted a new one-year General Services Administration (GSA) electricity supply contract for 17 federal buildings in California, including the Court of Appeal in San Francisco, which will amount to nearly 90,000MWh of electricity. The company noted that the contract renewal supports its federal supply to 2.7 million MWh of electricity per year.
Constellation has been working with the government sector for some time now. In 2008 the company completed a 530KV solar system on the rooftop of the GSA’s federal building in Sacramento and has supplied electricity initiatives, through contracts with the federal government, at the US Capitol, Federal Reserve and Smithsonian Institution.
“Constellation is proud to provide competitive electricity supply to California’s vital federal buildings, and welcomes opportunities to meet future clean energy needs such as the GSA solar project in Sacramento,” said Louis Hutchinson, Constellation vice president for the public sector and energy efficiency.