2019 Fed 100

Federal 100: Alan Bloodgood

Name: Alan Bloodgood
Title: Senior Vice President, Energy and Infrastructure
Company:Siemens Government Technologies

Boundless energy. There are smart energy solutions, and there’s being smart about energy solutions. Bloodgood delivers the former by being the latter. He secures energy savings performance contracts that allow agencies to implement energy-efficiency programs at no cost to taxpayers. In three years, he has overseen the implementation of 10 such contracts, including the first at a government-owned, contractor-operated facility: the 1.6 million-square-foot Lima Army Tank Plant in Ohio. Bloodgood also worked with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command to introduce a regional ESPC covering three Navy installations in Italy and Spain that will save more than $171 million over 20 years.

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