Federal Energy and Water Management Awards

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NASA's Integrated Engineering Services Building is 31.5% more energy efficient than a baseline building, and its energy intensity is projected to be 60% better than average multi-use buildings at the center. NASA received a 2015 FEWM award.
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The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) sponsors the annual Federal Energy and Water Management Awards to recognize individuals and organizations for significant contributions to energy and water efficiency within the federal government.

FEMP intends to distinguish federal employees who developed and implemented exemplary, cost-effective projects and programs that cut energy waste and advance America’s progress toward energy independence, resilience, and security, while also advancing federal agency missions.

The Federal Energy and Water Management Awards honor outstanding achievements in:

  • Energy and water efficiency and conservation
  • Renewable energy implementation
  • Fleet and transportation management.

2018 Awards

FEMP announced the winners of the 2018 Federal Energy and Water Management Awards. Winners received their awards at a ceremony held on October 23, 2018, in Washington, D.C.

Award Winners

See Federal Energy and Water Management Award winners dating back to 2001. Case studies about award-winning agencies’ outstanding achievements are also available.