America’s military family housing providers are making installations and on-base housing communities more sustainable and secure.

Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI) partner companies continually invest in renewable power generation and energy efficient systems. These initiatives improve living conditions for residents, support installation resiliency, and strengthen the military housing portfolio’s financial sustainability through long-term energy savings.

The innovative housing program’s sustainability accomplishments and ongoing investments from Military Housing Association members include:

  • 26,000 rooftop and ground mounted solar systems installed to-date
  • Plans to increase solar power generation by over 35 percent
  • 30,000+ homes improved with energy efficiency upgrades
  • Planned efficiency upgrades to 24,000 additional homes

Watch our latest video detailing this important work to advance the Department of Defense’s energy security goals and help make military housing communities a place families want to call home:


About General John F. Campbell (U.S. Army-Ret.)

General Campbell (U.S. Army-Ret.) serves as a senior adviser for the Military Housing Association. He graduated from West Point and served 37 years in the Army, his early years in the infantry and special forces assignments. He commanded troops at all levels and served as the Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army and as the Commander of all U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan.