Process for Planning and Implementing Federal Distributed Energy Projects
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The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) helps federal agencies plan and implement federal distributed energy projects including on-site electric and thermal renewable energy and energy storage technologies.
FEMP's process for distributed energy projects is comprised of six phases. Each phase is divided into a series of steps. By following FEMP's distributed energy project process, agencies can efficiently implement projects that are technically sound, reduce energy costs for the federal government, and support agency needs and missions.
Explains how distributed energy resources can help agencies meet resilience goals and mandates.
Application allows federal agencies to request technical assistance on federal distributed energy projects.
FEMP's catalog of on-demand courses, live webinars, and on-site workshops.
Highlights energy management resources for federal agencies including case studies, publications, tools, and videos.
FEMP offers resources to help federal agencies plan and implement distributed energy projects.