Federal Renewable Energy Projects and Technologies

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The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) promotes investment in lasting, cost-effective renewable energy projects that strengthen FEMP’s federal partners’ energy resiliency while advancing America’s economic development. FEMP provides resources and tools that help agencies identify and implement renewable energy projects to meet federal laws and requirements.

Learn about the program.

Renewable energy projects can provide cost savings and resilience benefits for federal agencies, along with meeting statute and other energy goals. Find out how federal agencies reached 12.4% renewable electric energy use in fiscal year 2016.

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Start implementing renewable energy projects.

Identify Projects

Review resources to help identify projects:

Project Assistance

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Maps and Tools

Find renewable energy resource maps and screening tools.

What Success Looks Like

Read a case study about a mobile photovoltaic system used for a remote ranger station in Yellowstone National Park. Browse for additional case studies.

Need Assistance?

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Rachel Shepherd | U.S. Department of Energy | 202-586-9209

Emma Elgqvist | National Renewable Energy Laboratory | 303-275-3606

See all renewable energy contacts.