The USACE Sacramento District’s Phase 1 and 2 design-build solar microgrid project added a total of two megawatts of renewable power to Fort Hunter Liggett in southern Monterey County, bringing the base closer to achieving net-zero energy. The project was completed to further a DoD initiative aiming to reduce military base dependence on fossil fuels. At the time of its construction, the microgrid was the largest U.S. military base solar array. KWRE team members provided civil design and surveying services for both project phases.
FORT HUNTER LIGGETT SOLAR MICROGRID
MONTEREY COUNTY, CA