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The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) launched an Applied Innovation Learning Laboratory (AILL) at the Denver Federal Center (DFC) to test zero-emission charging technologies. These pilots aim to support GSA’s ability to deliver on the commitments in Executive Order 14057, Catalyzing Clean Energy Industries and Jobs Through Federal Sustainability, and accelerate the transition to an all-electric federal fleet.
AILL sites serve as hubs for two existing programs – GSA Green Proving Ground (GPG) and Pilot to Portfolio – and encourage federal partners, industry and local utilities to work together to test new kinds of clean energy technologies.
The 2022 electric vehicle (EV) supply equipment technologies to be piloted at the Denver Federal Center AILL.
The three EVSE technologies at the DFC will join six existing GPG pilots. Other DFC GPG projects include a DC Microgrid, quad-pane windows, alternative water treatment for cooling towers, and circulator pumps with automated control.
One of the cornerstones of the project was sustainability and energy efficiency.
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