The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) helps the federal fleet community access the latest information, applications, and resources related to fleet efficiency and electrification.
FEMP provides guidance and assistance to help agencies implement federal legislative and regulatory requirements mandating reduced petroleum consumption and increased alternative fuel use. This includes planning for acquisitions of alternative-fueled vehicles, as well as installation of supply equipment to supply the energy these new vehicles require.
Contact FEMP's team of federal fleet experts and engineers for assistance and technical expertise relating to statutory requirements, alternative fuels, and fleet data analysis.
Electric Vehicles for Federal Fleets
Describes electric vehicle technical assistance that is available to help agencies meet fleet requirements.Learn more
Fleet Requirements Resource Center
Summarizes statutory requirements and offers best practices and resources for compliance.Learn more
Federal Automotive Statistical Tool (FAST)
Federal reporting tool for fleet vehicles and fueling infrastructure.Learn more
Explains vehicle vulnerabilities and how to mitigate cybersecurity risks through purchase requirements.Learn more
Browse case studies of successful federal projects.Learn more
Federal Fleet Performance Data
Charts, maps, and reports that illustrate annual federal fleet performance progress.Learn more
INTERFUEL Working Group
Quarterly meetings regarding technologies and policies affecting federal fleets.Learn more
Fleet Sustainability Dashboard
Tool tracks participating agencies' fuel consumption, vehicle inventories, and more.Learn more
Lists tools and documents to help agencies manage efficient federal fleets.Learn more
Get an overview of electric vehicle (EV) technology, explore the financial benefits and tradeoffs of adopting EVs.VIEW MORE
Success story describes how the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command are planning for electric vehicle supply equipment deployments and solar photovoltaic installation at a new Marine Corps base.
Report supports the development of a zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) deployment plan for Grand Teton National Park, which can be incorporated into the overall U.S. Department of the Interior ZEV fleet strategy.
Success story describes how Grand Teton National Park used the ZPAC tool to develop a deployment plan for an electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Report supports the development of a zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) deployment plan for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Fact sheet describes FEMP Tiger Team project assistance to federal agencies transitioning to zero-emission vehicles.
Reviews hazards, threats, and disruptions that fleets may face, describes an approach to fleet management that incorporates resilience, and provides an overview of fleet resilience considerations.
Provides suggested language for workplace charging policies to help agencies define requirements for charging privately owned vehicles.
Describes best practices to right-size fleets, reduce miles traveled, improve efficiency, and more.
Describes how DOE will evaluate waiver requests for FY 2021 (beginning with the FY 2020 data call).
Report summarizes site assessment results and provides lessons learned for deploying electric vehicles.
Explains vehicle vulnerabilities and how to mitigate cybersecurity risks through purchase requirements.