Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) contacts offer expert assistance with implementing federal energy savings performance contract (ESPC) projects that are technically, legally, and financially sound. 

Program and Support Staff

Program and support staff are available to help agencies with questions about ESPCs.

Name Organization Specialty
Kurmit Rockwell
U.S. Department of Energy FEMP ESPC program manager
Ira Birnbaum
U.S. Department of Energy FEMP ESPC ENABLE program manager
Rachel Shepherd
U.S. Department of Energy ESPC Energy Sales Agreements
Eric Brandenburg
Golden Field Office ESPC contracting officer
Doug Culbreth
Oak Ridge National Laboratory ESPC project support
Tom Hattery
Oak Ridge National Laboratory ESPC project support
Michael Mungal
(954) 812-7082
Oak Ridge National Laboratory Multi-regional support
Scott Wolf
Oak Ridge National Laboratory ESPC project support
Douglas Eisemann
General Dynamics Information Technology Awarded DOE IDIQ ESPC projects, qualified energy savings companies
Tatiana Strajnic
Boston Government Services ESPC program support

Federal Project Executives

A FEMP federal project executive (FPE) is the first person to contact when considering an ESPC. FPEs help agencies get started with their ESPC projects and coordinate the delivery of all U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) ESPCs. Contact the FPE for your region.

Project Facilitators

Federal agencies developing projects and awarding task orders under a DOE indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity ESPCs are required to work with an approved project facilitator. FEMP provides project facilitators at no cost for the early development of ESPC projects (until the agency has completed review of the energy service company's preliminary assessment).