Optimize energy delivery systems and enhance management programs to support routine and contingent operations effectively, maximize future flexibility, and reduce costs while promoting energy stewardship.
Pioneer cost-efficient, innovative energy solutions in support of all Coast Guard missions.
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Executive Order 13693, Planning for Federal Sustainability in the Next Decade, requires that all federal agencies meet specific reductions in energy and water consumption, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Further, agencies must demonstrate progress in renewable energy generation, building performance, and metering initiatives.
Each year, federal agencies are required to both satisfy, and report, performance toward numerous sustainability goals. Year-after-year, the Coast Guard has met or exceeded statutory requirements. In FY2016, the Coast Guard accomplished the following:
The Coast Guard achieved a 2.45% reduction in facility energy intensity from baseline (FY 2015), missing the FY 2016 statutory goal by 0.05%.
The Coast Guard achieved a 20.7% reduction in facility water intensity from baseline, exceeding the FY 2014 statutory goal by 2.7%.
In line with the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) 2007, the Coast Guard is beginning to add advanced water meters to its infrastructure. At the end of FY 2016, the Coast Guard had 73 advanced water meters installed.
The Coast Guard used 4.5% of its total electricity and 2.8% of its total energy from renewable sources, falling short of the FY 2016 statutory goals by 5.5% and 7.2%, respectively.
The Coast Guard achieved 100% installation of advanced electricity meters, meeting the FY 2016 statutory requirement.
Since 2007, all new Coast Guard building designs are 30% more energy-efficient than code. This achievement meets the FY 2016 statutory goal.
The Coast Guard achieved a 35% reduction of Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions from baseline, exceeding goals outlined for FY 2020 in the Coast Guard OSPP by 18%.
The Coast Guard achieved a 40% reduction of Scope 3 GHG emissions from baseline, exceeding goals outlined for FY 2020 in the Coast Guard OSPP by 35.5%.
Commandant (CG-46) empowers leadership to manage energy procurement and consumption by implementing programs and projects that reduce asset energy consumption and extend mission capabilities.
Strengthen Fuel Logistics Reliability and Flexibility
Commandant (CG-46) bolsters the fuel logistics system to ensure stable, high-quality petroleum and alternative fuel supplies worldwide. Commandant (CG-46) implements shore-side projects at operational and mission support facilities that increase energy security by addition of alternative sources of energy.
Robust Fiscal Stewardship
Commandant (CG-46) develops and deploys enterprise-wide data analytics that strengthen fiscal stewardship. Commandant (CG-46) provides budget managers with the necessary tools to actively track and manage energy cost requirements and expectations in order to reduce budgetary requirements.
Advanced Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Commandant (CG-46) aligns and prioritizes innovative projects that address mission-degraded infrastructure and simultaneously mitigate future financial risks.
Promote Energy Consumption Awareness
Commandant (CG-46) engages leadership and build a culture of energy stewardship across all disciplines that considers mission, environmental, and economic consequences appropriately.