The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) helps agencies implement energy savings performance contract (ESPC) projects.
FEMP's process for procuring an ESPC is comprised of five phases. Each phase is divided into a series of steps. By following FEMP's energy savings performance contract process, agencies can efficiently implement high-quality ESPC projects that are technically excellent, legally sound, and cost-effective for the federal government.
FEMP offers guidance documents, templates, forms, and other resources to make the ESPC process easier.
On-demand course tells how ESPCs, UESCs, and renewable energy procurement can save energy, improve infrastructure, and create jobs.