McLean, VA — Booz Allen Hamilton today announced it has been awarded a prime contract from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) for strategic energy sector planning and analysis. The five-year, $98 million contract has a three-year base period and one option for an additional two years.
“We are delighted to bring the combined capabilities of Booz Allen and its core subcontractors (Midwest Research Institute, Technology & Management Services, Inc., and WorleyParsons Group, Inc.) supported by our university partners (Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh, West Virginia University, Virginia Tech, and Pennsylvania State University) together to support energy analysis at NETL,” said Booz Allen program manager, Gary Leatherman. Under the contract, Booz Allen will provide energy sector analysis and planning, engineering analysis, research and development benefit analyses, life-cycle analysis, and energy resource development impact assessment services.
“This strategic contract award furthers our ability to support DOE’s energy programs and to provide our expertise in a broad spectrum of energy analyses and management services,” said Ken Saenz, Booz Allen’s lead executive for the capture effort.
Booz Allen delivers answers to its clients’ concerns around energy costs, security of supply, and the environmental impact of energy use that are driving both the public and commercial sectors to seek alternatives to traditional energy sources as well as to use energy more efficiently. Booz Allen provides strategic analytical consulting driven by a deep understanding of macroeconomic realities and emerging business, policy and technology drivers across the energy sector to help clients envision and deliver new sustainable energy programs. Learn more about Booz Allen’s energy service offerings.
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