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March 28, 2024

Westborough firm chosen as subcontractor for $27.5M energy upgrade to South Carolina Marine Corps facility

A Marine Corp member stands in front of a fighter jet preparing to taxi in a hanger Image | Courtesy of AMERSCO/U.S Marine Corps A Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort in South Carolina

Westborough energy efficiency and infrastructure firm NORESCO is serving as a prime subcontractor to help deliver $27.5 million worth of upgrades to make a Marine Corps air station in South Carolina more energy efficient and resilient. 

NORESCO has been subcontracted by electric services firm Dominion Energy South Carolina to assist with the electrical distribution upgrades and lighting energy conservation measures at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, according to a press release issued by the Westborough firm on Monday.

The upgrades, which are expected to be completed by February 2026, will help make the air station’s infrastructure more resilient, helping it withstand and recover rapidly from any electrical utility disruptions. The upgrades will help conserve energy, improve light quality, and decrease energy consumption and demand.

“NORESCO is honored to continue our partnership with Dominion Energy to help streamline delivery of energy management services to MCAS Beaufort and other Department of Defense installations,” Doug Sattler, senior vice president, federal at NORESCO, said in the press release.

NORESCO is part of Carrier Global Corp., a Florida-based multinational manufacturer of HVAC, refrigeration, and safety equipment. Carrier acquired NORESCO in December 2008 for an undisclosed amount, according to a press release issued by Carrier at the time. 

NORESCO is not the only Central Massachusetts firm that has been involved in energy upgrades at Department of Defense facilities in the past year; Framingham-based Ameresco was awarded a contract in November to provide energy-related upgrades to a major military site in California.

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