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Energy Security for the Federal Government

We provide energy storage and power generation to our Federal Government customers to ensure a reliable supply for their critical loads. 

Power Generation


Packet Dynamics offers solar generation which allows customers to utilize their installation’s footprint to provide reliable, clean energy. By generating electricity behind-the-meter, customers can minimize their electricity supply chain and eliminate reliance on unstable regional grids. Critical electrical loads can be supported with a microgrid to ensure continuous operations.


Packet Dynamics offers electricity generated from wind turbines either on or off-site. Consistent wind can provide stable electrical supply at night and through inclement weather when solar is unavailable. Tall turbines are a hazard to flight/airborne operations when sited on/near military facilities so we are available to develop wind farms at a distance or even offshore.

Energy Storage

Packet Dynamics provides energy storage using media specifically tailored for our customer’s usage pattern. We source our products from multiple manufacturers of lithium and flow battery energy storage systems (BESS) as well as hydrogen production and storage products.


About Us

Our mission is to provide energy security for our customers that focus on national security.

We provide energy storage solutions and renewable solar and wind energy generation. Our energy solutions allow for long-duration resiliency operations or peak-shaving for cost savings. We focus on providing the right generation and storage, either on-site and off-site, so our customers can focus on their mission.

We engage with our customers under long term service contracts. We fund and install generating and storage assets and then recoup our initial investment from the long-term stream of revenue assured by the government contracts.

Packet Dynamics, LLC is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that provides renewable energy for U.S. Military and other Government agencies.

View our Sustainability Strategy.

Newsworthy Items

DoD will soon release climate change strategy that will impact almost every facet of the military The Defense Department says it will have a plan to make climate change a main factor in the further strategy of the military’s operations, risk assessments and programming by Sept. 1.

– Federal News Network July 16, 2021


Americas to ‘lead global storage by 2025’ "The Americas region will overtake Asia Pacific by 2025 to lead the global energy storage market, with a total capacity of 371 gigawatt-hours in 2030, according to Wood Mackenzie."

– April 20, 2021


California’s critical long-duration electricity storage requirement needs to be planned for "...the need for long-duration energy storage to complement the growth of shorter-duration lithium-ion battery storage of up to four hours’ storage and discharge to help integrate the growing shares of solar and wind onto the grid may have been underestimated..."

– Energy Storage News April 1, 2021


The American Jobs Plan "President Biden is proposing a ten-year extension and phase down of an expanded direct-pay investment tax credit and production tax credit for clean energy generation and storage. ...use the federal government’s incredible purchasing power to drive clean energy deployment across the market by purchasing 24/7 clean power for federal buildings. ...invests $10 billion in the modernization, sustainability, and resilience of federal buildings... invest $15 billion in demonstration projects for climate R&D priorities, including utility-scale energy storage..."

– White House March 31, 2021


‘Big Storage’ Is the Next Big Technology in the Climate Fight "The ability to bank lots of power for when it’s needed most holds the key to making decarbonization cheaper."

– Bloomberg March 30, 2021


Storage technologies: paving the way for a renewable energy future "Billions are being invested in storage technologies essential to speeding up the replacement of fossil fuels by renewables."

– Lombard Odier in the FT March 25, 2021


Verbund to Expand Pumped-Storage Plant Boosting Flexibility "Austria’s biggest utility said it will spend more than $500 million dollars to expand a key Alpine pumped-storage plant. Verbund AG’s Kaprun plant has been called the world’s most beautiful battery."

– Bloomberg March 17, 2021


US storage market toasts record end to 2020 "A record 2156 megawatt-hours (MWh) of new energy storage systems were brought online in the US in the fourth quarter of 2020, up 182% on the third quarter of last year, according to Wood Mackenzie and the US Energy Storage Association (ESA)."

– March 3, 2021


How private equity squeezes cash from the dying U.S. coal industry "The administration of former President Donald Trump, a Republican, encouraged capacity market incentives for coal-fired generators. But President Joe Biden, a Democrat, is likely to change those policies in the coming years as part of an effort to slash nearly all of the U.S. power sector’s reliance on fossil fuels by 2035."

– Reuters March 2, 2021


Texas Spot Power Price Hits $9,000 for Fourth day As outages are becoming commonplace nationwide, interest in stabilizing the energy supply is growing.

– Bloomberg News February 16, 2021


Biden Just Linked Climate and Security. Next Comes Military Money "If the NIE concludes that climate change presents a grave security risk, vast agency resources could be mobilized — national security-related budget items can be huge."

– Bloomberg News January 29, 2021


Biden-Harris Administration Executive Order on Climate Change Ordering the Federal Government “to use… all available procurement authorities to achieve… a carbon pollution-free electricity sector no later than 2035.”

– White House January 27, 2021


Kerry raises hopes for focus on climate security at NSC John Kerry will use his special envoy role on the National Security Council (NSC) to focus not just on emissions reductions but the broader risks posed by climate change.

– The Hill January 5, 2021



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