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Our resources page provides information to help you solve the complex energy challenges facing the Air Force today. From developing new energy options that provide secure energy to installations to pursing energy efficiency initiatives, the Air Force is making great strides in cultivating a culture that values energy as a mission critical resource and continues to evolve into a more resilient force to fly, flight, and win.

 

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Air Force Energy

Leadership Notes

(July 2018 June 2018 May 2018 April 2018 March 2018 February 2018 January 2018)

 

IEE Installation Energy Fact Sheet 

 

IEE Installation Energy FY 2018 Brief

 

Air Force Energy FY 2017 Activities and Successes

This document highlights some of the Energy Program's FY 2017 activities and successes.

Additional Air Force Resources

Air Force Civil Engineering Center

Find Air Force specific resources, tools, and information on alternative financing.

 

Air Force Directive 90-17

This Directive establishes the framework for energy management within the Air Force; the Air Force energy management program addresses the use, conservation, and security of energy and water across all Air Force missions.

 

Air Force Energy Savings Performance Contracts Playbook

The objective of the ESPC Playbook is to provide the parameters and guidance used by the United States Air Force for implementing an ESPC

 

Air Force Flight Plan

The 2017-2036 Air Force Energy Flight Plan identifies a long-term vision for the Air Force to Enhance Mission Assurance through Energy Assurance.

 

Air Force Installation Energy Assurance: An Assessment Framework*

Installations can use this Air Force commissioned RAND report to develop a framework to assess their level of energy assurance. The research reported here was commissioned by Headquarters Air Force A4, and conducted by the Resource Management Program within RAND Project AIR FORCE.

Department of Defense Resources

Summary of the 2018 National Defense Strategy: Sharpening the American Military's Competitive Edge

This unclassified synopsis of the  2018 National Defense Strategy articulates our strategy to compete, deter, and win in the current threat environment.

National Security Strategy of the United States of America

The National Security Strategy explains to the American people, U.S. allies and partners, and federal agencies how the President intends to put his national security vision into practice on behalf of fellow citizens.

 

Department of Defense Directive 4180.01: DoD Energy Policy

This Directive establishes policy and guidance and assigns responsibilities for energy planning, use, and management for the DoD.

Other Government Resources

Federal Energy Management Program

Find tools and trainings and search federal laws and requirements pertaining to federal energy and water goals.

 

Executive Order 13834: Executive Order Regarding Efficient Federal Operations

The Executive Order directs agencies to manage buildings, vehicles, and operations to optimize energy and environmental performance while reducing waste and cutting costs.

 

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