by Brianna Crandall — August 9, 2019 — Facilities managers (FMs) and others interested in seeing federal progress in energy and water management or comparing it with their own facilities’ progress can visit the US Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Management Program’s (FEMP) Federal Comprehensive Annual Energy Performance Data website to view and download publicly available data tables of federal agency energy and water consumption, along with information on energy costs by end-use sector, efficiency investment, and progress toward key energy management goals.
FEMP released the fiscal year (FY) 2018 annual energy data set and federal government and agency performance data tables to coincide with the release of the Office of Management and Budget’s Scorecards for Efficient Federal Operations/Management and agency performance graphics by the Council on Environmental Quality’s Office of Federal Sustainability.
Visit FEMP’s Comprehensive Annual Energy Data and Sustainability Performance website to view and download publicly available:
- Data tables of federal agency energy and water consumption
- Interactive graphics associated with most data tables
- Energy costs by end-use sector and efficiency investment information
- Progress toward key goals outlined in the National Energy Conservation Policy Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 8253-8258); Energy Policy Act of 2005 (42 U.S.C. 15852)
- Historical data tables of agency energy use and costs by facility and mobility sectors by energy type for FY 1975 through FY 2018.
Data on this website are compiled from federal agencies’ latest Annual Energy Management Data Reports and are included in the Annual Reports to Congress on Federal Government Energy Management.
For an overview, see the summary presentation of progress made in federal facility energy management and sustainability based on FY 2018 reported findings.
Individual agency performance graphics and OMB Scorecards for Efficient Federal Operations/Management can be found on the Office of Federal Sustainability’s Performance Data page webpage. According to FEMP, federal agencies continue to demonstrate progress and performance on energy efficiency and sustainability. The page links to interactive graphs on agency-specific and government-wide progress on energy, water, renewable electricity, investments, fleets, and sustainable buildings.
Agency data on the energy use, efficiency measures, and benchmarking requirements of Section 432 of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA 432) are also available on the FEMP EISA 432 Compliance Tracking System.
For more information and links to all the pages listed above, visit FEMP’s Federal Comprehensive Annual Energy Performance Data webpage.