Table of contents


Vision

Mission

Value

Priority 1: Resiliency

Goal 1.1: Risks

1.1.1: Macro-Level Threats

1.1.2: Mitigation Options

1.1.3: Critical Assets

Goal 1.2: Systems & Tools

1.2.1: Assessment Methodology

1.2.2: Assessment Framework

1.2.3: Data Alignment

1.2.4: Budget Processes

Goal 1.3: Energy & Water

1.3.1: Alternative Fuels

1.3.2: Alternative Supplies

1.3.3: Back-Up Power

Goal 1.4: Planning Activities

Priority 2: Demand

Goal 2.1: Aviation Fuel

2.1.1: Aviation Energy Efficiency

2.1.2: Technology Evaluation Plan

2.1.3: Best Practices

Goal 2.2: Built Infrastructure

2.2.1: Facility Energy Consumption

2.2.2: Energy Intensity

2.2.3: New Construction & Renovations

2.2.4: Energy Performance

2.2.5: Potable Water

2.2.6: Industrial, Landscaping & Agricultural Water

2.2.7: Electricity, Gas & Steam Meters

2.3: Petroleum Fuels

2.3.1: Ground Vehicles

2.3.2: Vehicles

2.4: Innovations

2.4.1: Energy Efficiency Technologies

2.4.2: Technology Transitions

2.4.3: Test Bed Locations

2.4.4: R&D

2.5: Process & Cyber Operations

2.5.1: Process Energy Consumption

2.5.2: Data Centers & Servers

Priority 3: Supply

3.1: Aviation Fuels

3.1.1: Fuel Blends

3.1.2: Bio-Based Fuel

3.1.3: Policy & Investment Strategy

3.1.4: Interoperability

3.2: Facilities

3.2.1: Renewable & Alternative Energy

3.2.2: On-Base Production

3.2.3: New Buildings

3.3: Ground Vehicles & Equipment

3.3.1: Light-Duty Vehicles

3.3.2: Alternative Fuel

3.3.3: Usage

3.3.4: Opportunities & Requirements

3.4: Expeditionary Uses

3.4.1: RDT&E

3.4.2: Planning & Management

3.4.3: Deployed Environments

Priority 4: Culture

4.1: Leadership

4.1.1: Analysis & Planning

4.1.2: Quarterly Meetings

4.1.3: Awards Program

4.2: Promotion

4.2.1: Outreach

4.2.2: Awareness Materials

4.2.3: Training & Education

4.2.4: Cooperation & Partnerships

4.3: Acquisition Processes

4.3.1: Key Performance Parameter

4.3.2: Fully Burdened Cost

4.3.3: Decision Making



StrategicPlan

U.S. Air Force Energy Strategic Plan

The Air Force Energy Strategic Plan provides a framework for energy management to achieve our energy goals, with an aim to continually improve energy utilization to maximize efficiency and promote alternative energy platforms. Our approach to energy is built upon four priorities—Improve Resiliency, Reduce Demand, Assure Supply, and Foster an Energy Aware Culture—and each priority is defined and further developed to include enterprise-wide goals and objectives essential to help us achieve our energy vision, sustain readiness, and support the mission. Any time-bound objectives are expected to be completed by the end of the target year. Under each priority, a key initiative shows how the Air Force is addressing some of its strategic goals.

Source:
http://www.safie.hq.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-130325-132.pdf

Start: 2013-03-31 End: Publication Date: 2013-05-07

Submitter:

First name: Owen

Last name: Ambur

Email Address: Owen.Ambur@verizon.net

Organization:

Name: U.S. Air Force

Acronym: USAF

Vision

Sustain an assured energy advantage in air, space, and cyberspace

Mission

To provides a framework for energy management to achieve our energy goals


Goal Priority 1: Resiliency

Improve resiliency

Objective(s):

Goal 1.1: Risks

1.1.1: Macro-Level Threats

1.1.2: Mitigation Options

1.1.3: Critical Assets

Goal 1.2: Systems & Tools

1.2.1: Assessment Methodology

1.2.2: Assessment Framework

1.2.3: Data Alignment

1.2.4: Budget Processes

Goal 1.3: Energy & Water

1.3.1: Alternative Fuels

1.3.2: Alternative Supplies

1.3.3: Back-Up Power

Goal 1.4: Planning Activities


Objective Goal 1.1: Risks

Identify and assess risks

Objective 1.1.1: Macro-Level Threats

Identify macro-level, energy-related threats and risks to the Air Force at the asset, mission, and installation levels by 2013

Objective 1.1.2: Mitigation Options

Develop mitigation options for energy-related risks by 2014

Objective 1.1.3: Critical Assets

Assess risk of energy infrastructure loss on ability of critical assets to support strategic missions

Objective Goal 1.2: Systems & Tools

Implement required systems and tools that support risk, energy performance, and life cycle analysis

Objective 1.2.1: Assessment Methodology

Identify energy assessment methodology to enhance decision-making by 2013

Objective 1.2.2: Assessment Framework

Refine risk assessment framework by 2013 to evaluate energy threats to assets, missions, and installations

Objective 1.2.3: Data Alignment

Identify opportunities to align data requirements, data systems, and data management efficiencies

Objective 1.2.4: Budget Processes

Develop methodologies to better incorporate energy security as a factor in budget processes by 2015

Objective Goal 1.3: Energy & Water

Mitigate likelihood for disrupted energy and water supplies to impede operations

Objective 1.3.1: Alternative Fuels

Identify where and how alternative fuels and energy can be integrated into the Air Force energy portfolio

Objective 1.3.2: Alternative Supplies

Identify alternative supply options for delivering energy and water sources to Air Force operations

Objective 1.3.3: Back-Up Power

Analyze back-up power capability to support on-going mission support requirements in case of commercial power failures

Objective Goal 1.4: Planning Activities

Ensure planning activities identify and address risks in energy and water supplies


Goal Priority 2: Demand

Reduce demand

Objective(s):

Goal 2.1: Aviation Fuel

2.1.1: Aviation Energy Efficiency

2.1.2: Technology Evaluation Plan

2.1.3: Best Practices

Goal 2.2: Built Infrastructure

2.2.1: Facility Energy Consumption

2.2.2: Energy Intensity

2.2.3: New Construction & Renovations

2.2.4: Energy Performance

2.2.5: Potable Water

2.2.6: Industrial, Landscaping & Agricultural Water

2.2.7: Electricity, Gas & Steam Meters

2.3: Petroleum Fuels

2.3.1: Ground Vehicles

2.3.2: Vehicles

2.4: Innovations

2.4.1: Energy Efficiency Technologies

2.4.2: Technology Transitions

2.4.3: Test Bed Locations

2.4.4: R&D

2.5: Process & Cyber Operations

2.5.1: Process Energy Consumption

2.5.2: Data Centers & Servers


Objective Goal 2.1: Aviation Fuel

Reduce aviation fuel consumption through efficient flying operations

Objective 2.1.1: Aviation Energy Efficiency

Improve aviation energy efficiency 10% by 2020 (2011 baseline)

Objective 2.1.2: Technology Evaluation Plan

Develop and implement a plan to evaluate technologies for potential improvements in energy and operational efficiency

Objective 2.1.3: Best Practices

Share best practices with domestic and international partners for efficient fuel usage

Objective Goal 2.2: Built Infrastructure

Reduce built infrastructure energy and water consumption

Objective 2.2.1: Facility Energy Consumption

Reduce total facility energy consumption by 15% by 2020 (2010 baseline)

Objective 2.2.2: Energy Intensity

Reduce energy intensity by 30% by 2015 (2003 baseline) and 1.5% annually through 2020 (2015 baseline)

Objective 2.2.3: New Construction & Renovations

Ensure 100% of new vertical construction and major renovations meet federal requirements for high performance and sustainable buildings

Objective 2.2.4: Energy Performance

Ensure energy performance remains on track to meet all applicable requirements from laws, regulations, and executive orders

Objective 2.2.5: Potable Water

Reduce potable water consumption intensity by 26% by 2020 (2007 baseline)

Objective 2.2.6: Industrial, Landscaping & Agricultural Water

Reduce industrial, landscaping, and agricultural water consumption by 20% by 2020 (2010 baseline)

Objective 2.2.7: Electricity, Gas & Steam Meters

Ensure all installed facility electricity, gas, and steam smart meters are integrated with the appropriate computer network by 2016

Objective 2.3: Petroleum Fuels

Reduce reliance on petroleum fuels for ground-based vehicles

Objective 2.3.1: Ground Vehicles

Reduce petroleum consumption by all ground vehicles by 2% annually through 2020 (2008 baseline)

Objective 2.3.2: Vehicles

Ensure the most fuel efficient, fit-for-purpose vehicle is procured to meet mission requirements

Objective 2.4: Innovations

Develop, demonstrate, and implement technological, operational, and management innovations to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy demand

Objective 2.4.1: Energy Efficiency Technologies

Identify and assess near-, mid-, and long-term energy efficiency technologies

Objective 2.4.2: Technology Transitions

Determine approach to better assess appropriate technology transitions by 2013

Objective 2.4.3: Test Bed Locations

Identify potential Air Force energy test bed locations by 2013

Objective 2.4.4: R&D

Engage international partners in cooperative research and development for energy technologies

Stakeholder(s):

International Partners

Objective 2.5: Process & Cyber Operations

Decrease energy demand from process and cyber operations

Objective 2.5.1: Process Energy Consumption

Develop an approach by 2013 to decrease Air Force process energy consumption

Objective 2.5.2: Data Centers & Servers

Consolidate Air Force data centers and reduce servers by 2015 Identify and adapt tools and practices to decrease energy consumption and improve energy efficiency at remaining Air Force data centers


Goal Priority 3: Supply

Assure supply

Objective(s):

3.1: Aviation Fuels

3.1.1: Fuel Blends

3.1.2: Bio-Based Fuel

3.1.3: Policy & Investment Strategy

3.1.4: Interoperability

3.2: Facilities

3.2.1: Renewable & Alternative Energy

3.2.2: On-Base Production

3.2.3: New Buildings

3.3: Ground Vehicles & Equipment

3.3.1: Light-Duty Vehicles

3.3.2: Alternative Fuel

3.3.3: Usage

3.3.4: Opportunities & Requirements

3.4: Expeditionary Uses

3.4.1: RDT&E

3.4.2: Planning & Management

3.4.3: Deployed Environments


Objective 3.1: Aviation Fuels

Increase use of alternative aviation fuels

Objective 3.1.1: Fuel Blends

Increase use of cost-competitive drop-in alternative aviation fuel blends for non-contingency operations to 50% of total consumption by 2025

Objective 3.1.2: Bio-Based Fuel

Certify 100% of the aviation fleet for a bio-based alternative aviation fuel blend by 2013

Objective 3.1.3: Policy & Investment Strategy

Establish an integrated policy and investment strategy for alternative fuels, in accordance with DoD guidance, by 2013

Objective 3.1.4: Interoperability

Ensure interoperability by working with domestic and international partners, both commercial and government, to certify aircraft to use alternative fuel blends

Stakeholder(s):

Domestic Partners

International Partners

Commercial Partners

Government Partners

Objective 3.2: Facilities

Increase facility use of alternative and renewable energy

Objective 3.2.1: Renewable & Alternative Energy

Increase facility consumption of renewable or alternative energy to 25% of total electricity use by 2025

Objective 3.2.2: On-Base Production

Construct on-base renewable energy production to achieve 1% of Air Force facility consumption by 2013 and develop 1,000 megawatts of on-site capacity by 2016

Objective 3.2.3: New Buildings

Ensure all new buildings are designed to achieve zero-net-energy by 2030, beginning in 2020

Objective 3.3: Ground Vehicles & Equipment

Increase use of alternative fuels in ground vehicles and equipment

Objective 3.3.1: Light-Duty Vehicles

Acquire 100% of new light-duty vehicles as alternative or flex-fuel vehicles where commercially available and economically feasible by 2015

Objective 3.3.2: Alternative Fuel

Increase alternative fuel use in ground vehicles by 10%, compounded annually, through 2015 (2008 baseline)

Objective 3.3.3: Usage

Use alternative fuels 100% of the time when alternative fuels are available and cost effective

Objective 3.3.4: Opportunities & Requirements

Identify opportunities and requirements to incorporate use of alternative fuels in vehicles and equipment in deployed environments

Objective 3.4: Expeditionary Uses

Diversify and develop new energy sources suitable for expeditionary use

Objective 3.4.1: RDT&E

Promote RDT&E of alternative energy sources that can be generated locally or regionally near deployed assets

Objective 3.4.2: Planning & Management

Integrate improved and secure energy supplies into planning for and management of expeditionary bases

Objective 3.4.3: Deployed Environments

Identify the potential for alternative energy sources in deployed environments by 2013


Goal Priority 4: Culture

Foster an Energy aware culture

Objective(s):

4.1: Leadership

4.1.1: Analysis & Planning

4.1.2: Quarterly Meetings

4.1.3: Awards Program

4.2: Promotion

4.2.1: Outreach

4.2.2: Awareness Materials

4.2.3: Training & Education

4.2.4: Cooperation & Partnerships

4.3: Acquisition Processes

4.3.1: Key Performance Parameter

4.3.2: Fully Burdened Cost

4.3.3: Decision Making


Objective 4.1: Leadership

Provide energy leadership throughout the Air Force to promote an energy-conscious culture

Objective 4.1.1: Analysis & Planning

Incorporate energy analysis and planning requirements into all relevant posture and strategy documents

Objective 4.1.2: Quarterly Meetings

Conduct quarterly meetings of energy governance structures at Department, MAJCOM, and installation levels

Objective 4.1.3: Awards Program

Develop and implement a capstone energy awards program by 2013

Objective 4.2: Promotion

Promote the importance of energy to Air Force missions throughout the Total Force

Objective 4.2.1: Outreach

Develop and implement an annual energy outreach effort in conjunction with federal energy awareness campaigns

Objective 4.2.2: Awareness Materials

Provide energy awareness materials on an annual basis for all Airmen

Stakeholder(s):

Airmen

Objective 4.2.3: Training & Education

Incorporate energy into appropriate existing training and education programs progressively through 2014

Objective 4.2.4: Cooperation & Partnerships

Incorporate operational energy into security cooperation and partnership development by 2013

Objective 4.3: Acquisition Processes

Strengthen energy in acquisition processes

Objective 4.3.1: Key Performance Parameter

Apply the energy key performance parameter based on DoD guidance

Objective 4.3.2: Fully Burdened Cost

Include fully burdened cost of energy as a factor in major weapons systems acquisitions

Objective 4.3.3: Decision Making

Use the fully burdened cost of energy and energy key performance parameter to help shape acquisition decision making

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