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The U.S. Marines are testing renewable energy technologies like solar to reduce costs and casualties associated with fossil fuels.
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Among the many incentives pushing the military to use less oil, reducing the number of casualties it takes to protect vulnerable fuel convoys is one of the most important.
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At a desert base in California, the Marines are testing devices that may help them become a deadlier, more self-reliant fighting force.
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Minimizing the armed forces' dependence on oil saves soldiers' lives and the move towards renewables is a lifeline like no other for the green energy industry.
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Over 3,000 Americans have been killed protecting fuel convoys, so the military has a strategy to get serious about energy efficiency.
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Former US Army medic Patrick Padilla explains why his experience serving in Iraq helped him decide to switch to solar power when he came home.