Energy and Project Procurement Development Services

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The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) leverages private sector financing with no up-front capital costs and supports federal projects with technical and procurement expertise.

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This program highlights how the public and private sector partnerships can align with the administration's objectives for increased energy efficiency and job creation without burdensome regulations.

Rick Perry
U.S. Secretary of Energy
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ESPC, UESC, and Appropriations Project Development

FEMP offers development services for energy and project performance contracts—including energy savings performance contracts (ESPCs) and utility energy service contracts (UESCs)—to help agencies implement energy and water efficiency projects.

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FEMP provides resources, tools, and assistance that help agencies identify and implement distributed energy projects including on-site renewables, storage, and combined heat and power. FEMP also provides assistance for off-site renewable purchases.

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Project Quality Assurance Services

FEMP quality assurance services help ensure federal agency success in implementing energy and water efficiency projects.

Key Resources

Identify opportunities for energy project incentives and demand-response programs.
Tool produces a notice of opportunity in Word format that is editable as needed.
ESPC Energy Sales Agreement Toolkit helps agencies facilitate projects.
Tool enables agencies and ESCOs to preserve, track, and report information on their energy projects.
Maps show utility service territories committed to supporting their federal customers' energy- and water-management goals.
Application allows federal agencies to request project assistance from the Federal Energy Management Program.
Summaries of agencies that have successfully implemented efficiency measures.

Featured FEMP Training

ESPCs: Five Phases to Success!
Course introduces learners to ESPC basics, including key concepts, timelines, authorizing legislation, and stakeholder roles and responsibilities.
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