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  • Air Force Bases Take the Load Off Commercial Grid during Severe Winter Storm

    With freezing temperatures recently testing the limits of commercial power across the central United States, Air Force installations stepped up to lessen grid loads and support the energy needs of surrounding communities.
  • SAF/IE Releases Installation Energy Strategic Plan for Energy Assurance

    The Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment, and Energy announces the release of the Installation Energy Strategic Plan. The Plan, which replaces the 2017 Air Force Energy Flight Plan, seeks to better align installation energy efforts with mission needs.
  • Department of the Air Force Recognizes Energy Awareness Month

    Every October, the Department of the Air Force recognizes Energy Awareness Month to promote energy resilience and acknowledge the critical role energy plays in mission assurance. As the battlefield grows increasingly complex, supplying power to our forces safely and reliably remains fundamental to our global mission.
  • Tinker completes construction for the Air Force’s largest ESPC project

    TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Florida – The Air Force completed construction for a $243 million energy project at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, in September.The Energy Savings Performance Contract project will improve energy efficiency and resiliency for the base, said Les Martin, acting director for the Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s Energy
  • Air Force Targets Energy Resilience with “Pull-the-Plug” Exercises

    From dealing with the daily threats impacting our installations to planning and preparing for future hazards, the U.S. Air Force clearly recognizes the importance of energy and water resilience to ensure mission assurance. To address this priority, the Air Force is conducting pull-the-plug exercises to simulate the impact of an event that cuts electrical power to an installation, such as a natural disaster, to better prepare for and recover from an energy disruption.
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