Awarded DOE IDIQ Energy Savings Performance Contract Projects

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400 DOE IDIQ projects awarded; about $6 billion invested in energy-efficiency and renewable energy improvements; about 550 trillion Btu in life cycle energy savings; about $14 billion in cumulative energy cost savings.

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.

Program Milestones Achieved

Fiscal year (FY)  2018 was the most successful year in the more than 20-year history of the DOE IDIQ ESPC program. ESPC project awards totaled more than $809 million in combined project investment amount during FY 2018.

Airplane in the hangar of the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center.

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center

The 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.

Plane flying over Misawa Air Base.

Misawa Air Base

The second largest DOE ESPC project is Misawa Air Base in Japan with an investment value of about $207 million, which was awarded during FY 2019.

DOE IDIQ ESPC Awarded Projects
View the DOE IDIQ ESPC awarded projects list.

Program Summary

Since the inception of the DOE IDIQ ESPCs in 1998, 402 projects have been awarded. More than $6 billion has been invested in federal energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements. These improvements have resulted in more than 554 trillion Btu in life cycle energy savings and about $13.9 billion in cumulative energy cost savings for the federal government.

For more information, see DOE IDIQ ESPC awarded projects report and annual reported energy and cost savings from the ESPC program.

Related Information

A list of awarded ESPC ENABLE projects is available.