The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) helps agencies integrate mission assurance with optimized and cost-effective facility and fleet operations.
FEMP provides energy and water management tools, technical services, operational handbooks, and product and project assistance to help agencies meet federal laws and requirements and ensure mission readiness.
Resources and programs to evaluate, maintain, and manage energy and water in federal facilities.
Information on how to meet federal fleet management requirements.
Guidance on optimizing design inside and outside of federal buildings.
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Read case studies about agencies that have successfully implemented energy and water efficiency measures into their buildings, operations, and fleets.
Provides a process and guide to help federal fleet and facility managers deploy zero-emission vehicles and electric vehicle supply equipment.
Updated guidance assists agencies in interpreting U.S. Department of Energy guidelines for electric metering of federal buildings.
Tool guides energy management teams and operations and maintenance staff through the process of identifying the requirements for Existing Building Commissioning (EBCx) and the approaches to consider for their buildings.
Provides guidance for implementing and maintaining an energy management system in conformance with the ISO 50001 Energy Management System Standard.
Highlights 14 best management practices to increase water efficiency and meet federal requirements as identified by FEMP and EPA.
Support and services to help agencies comply with the Guiding Principles for Sustainable Federal Buildings.
Enables federal agencies to screen sites for water efficiency opportunities and provides a qualitative score indicating water savings potential.
Provides information about rainwater availability, rainwater harvesting regulations, and condensate capture opportunities in the United States.
NIST software evaluate life cycle costs of capital investments in buildings and computes average annual escalation rates for contract payments.
Checklist helps fleet managers evaluate vehicle telematics system data parameters and potential fleet management applications.
Sortable table displays energy-efficient covered product categories that are well suited for federal applications.
Feature strategies for achieving net zero energy, water, and waste in federal buildings and campuses.
Offers information on technological, energy- and water-efficient, and cost-saving approaches to operations and maintenance.