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The U.S. Defense Energy Support Center has issued a solicitation for renewable energy certificates (RECs) for ultimate transfer to the Environmental Protection Agency and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

The department anticipates the contract will be for a one-time delivery or a 12-month delivery period for a total of 353,200 MWh of RECs. Delivery periods and requirements vary by each individual customer, and receipt of offers is due on Sept. 17.

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