The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) collects, analyzes, and publishes data for awarded U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) energy savings performance contract (ESPCs) projects. ESPC projects provide many benefits including:
- Demonstrate leadership in government efficiency
- Focus on retrofits for resilience of facilities
- Invest in strengthening infrastructure
- Help create jobs.
Program Milestones Achieved
Fiscal year (FY) 2020 is the most successful year in the 24-year history of the DOE IDIQ ESPC program. The total ESPC project investment value for FY 2020 is nearly $842 million, which is the third consecutive record year in DOE ESPC program history. The total ESPC project investment value for FY 2019 is nearly $819 million and for FY 2018 is nearly $810 million.
Naval Station Guantanamo Bay
The largest DOE ESPC project is the Naval Station Guantanamo Bay with an investment value of about $344 million, which was awarded during FY 2019.
Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center
The second largest DOE ESPC project is the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center located at Tinker Air Force Base with an investment value of about $243 million, which was awarded during FY 2017.
Misawa Air Base
The third largest DOE ESPC project is Misawa Air Base in Japan with an investment value of about $207 million, which was awarded during FY 2019.
Since the inception of the DOE IDIQ ESPCs in 1998, 431 projects have been awarded. Approximately $7.66 billion has been invested in federal energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements. These improvements have resulted in approximately $17.53 billion in cumulative energy cost savings and approximately 618.7 trillion Btu in life cycle energy savings for the federal government.
The DOE IDIQ ESPC awarded projects report provides detailed project data, as reported at the time of award. Selected project modifications are included in the report. For more information, see annual reported energy and cost savings from the ESPC program.