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Federal Energy Management Program

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Federal Energy Management Program

The USA Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) promotes energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy resources at federal sites, helping agencies save energy, save taxpayer dollars, and demonstrate leadership with responsible, cleaner energy choices, because as the largest energy consumer in the United States, the federal government has both a tremendous opportunity and a clear responsibility to lead by example with smart energy management.

Equipment procurement

Use FEMP's product recommendations and other useful tips to help you buy the most efficient equipment for your offices and facilities and programs.

New constructions and retrofits

Learn about how to design high performance buildings that save energy, save money, enhance indoor environmental quality, and help preserve the environment.

Operations and maintenance

Learn how effective operations and maintenance can help you ensure reliability, safety, and energy at relatively low cost.

Utility management

Find up to date information about energy markets, utility restructuring, renewable power purchasing, and load management opportunities that can help you manage costs, improve reliability, and reduce environmental impacts.

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