As explored in Part I of this Article (Electric Energy T&D January- February 2013, Issue 1, Volume 17), over the past two years, the United States Army (“Army”) has established a dedicated Energy Initiatives Office Task Force (“EITF”), and kicked off a novel procurement program (the “Army Renewables RFP”) for a proposed $7 billion in power purchase agreements intended to stimulate private investment in the build-out of greenfield renewable power projects at Army bases across the continental U.S. These actions have attracted capacity crowds of interested bidders at Army conferences on renewable power project development opportunities. This Article explores some of the details underlying the Army Renewables RFP and sounds a cautionary note regarding certain legal and policy risks that are unique to it. Part I of this Article explains the unprecedented nature of the power purchase agreement (“PPA”) procurement approach adopted by the Army to attract private capital investment in renewable energy projects and the regulatory risks that arise in connection with that approach. This Part II examines the policies that underlie the Army’s renewables program and identifies challenging open questions that will need to be addressed in its implementation.