USFH Solar Field

In 2012, after a year of planning and construction, Fort Hood and Universal Services Fort Hood Inc. activated a solar field of nearly 3,000 photovoltaic panels. The four-acre solar field, near Liberty Village community, generates one million kilowatt-hours of renewable energy annually for 300 single-family homes, comprising 20 percent of the energy for Liberty Village. USFH was responsible for financing, constructing, operating and maintaining the solar array and equipment and did so at no cost to the Army or the taxpayers. “This has been a great partnership and investment into renewable energy,” Brian Dosa, director of the Fort Hood Directorate of Public Works