Representatives from National Grid, the supplier of electricity and natural gas to Naval Station Newport, present a ceremonial r

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NEWPORT, R.I. (Nov. 18, 2010) Representatives from National Grid, the supplier of electricity and natural gas to Naval Station Newport, present a ceremonial rebate check to Capt. Joseph Voboril, commanding officer of Naval Station Newport. The $606,856 check is the sum total of rebates for equipment installed as part of an energy savings performance contract with Naval Station Newport. The total energy cost savings since the energy conservation measures were installed is approximately $1.01 million. Pictured from left, Martin Kawa, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)-Public Works Newport; Ray Cournoyer, NAVFAC-Public Works Newport; Jeffrey Dunham, National Grid; John Isberg, National Grid; Voboril; Cmdr. Gregor Bo, NAVFAC-Public Works Newport Officer; Tom Zagorski, NAVFAC-Public Works Newport; and Dan Sullivan, NAVFAC-Public Works Newport. (U.S. Navy photo by Lisa W. Rama/Released)

101118-N-2794R-001
 NEWPORT, R.I. (Nov. 18, 2010) Representatives from National Grid, the supplier of electricity and natural gas to Naval Station Newport, present a ceremonial rebate check to Capt. Joseph Voboril, commanding officer of Naval Station Newport. The $606,856 check is the sum total of rebates for equipment installed as part of an energy savings performance contract with Naval Station Newport. The total energy cost savings since the energy conservation measures were installed is approximately $1.01 million. Pictured from left, Martin Kawa, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)-Public Works Newport; Ray Cournoyer, NAVFAC-Public Works Newport; Jeffrey Dunham, National Grid; John Isberg, National Grid; Voboril; Cmdr. Gregor Bo, NAVFAC-Public Works Newport Officer; Tom Zagorski, NAVFAC-Public Works Newport; and Dan Sullivan, NAVFAC-Public Works Newport. (U.S. Navy photo by Lisa W. Rama/Released)