FEMP Helps with Natural Disaster Recovery and Resilience

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Federal Energy Management Program


June 13, 2018

The FEMP Digest provides a roundup of the latest offerings, news, and events available from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP). Click the links below to learn more.

To view previous FEMP Digests, visit the Archived Digest webpage on the FEMP website.

Act Now!

✔ Plan and register for one or more of FEMP’s 15 pre-conference workshops happening on the Monday before the Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit 2018, August 20, 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio. 

  • Review all of the details for FEMP’s 15 pre-conference workshops and REGISTER separately for these workshops on FEMP’s training site today, offered at no additional cost to attendees.  
  • Don’t forget! Early Bird registration ends on June 15, 2018 for the Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit 2018! REGISTER TODAY.

✔ Check out FEMP's new fact sheet on Cyber Security for Lighting Systems:

  • Focuses on the cyber threats unique to lighting control systems in buildings.
  • Helps facility managers identify the types of lighting control systems that may introduce cyber security risks.

FEMP Focus

See what we are featuring from FEMP this month! Click on the links below to find out more about these FEMP updates.

FEMP ENABLE Assists with Natural Disaster Recovery and Resilience

With hurricane and forest fire seasons starting this month, many federal facilities are vulnerable to natural disasters such as hurricanes, flooding, and fire hazards. FEMP programs such as ENABLE can assist in disaster preparedness and recovery from such events, providing turnkey design/installation/financing services with short implementation periods (as little as six months from start to award). Visit the ENABLE webpage for more information and how to get a project started. 

Energy Exchange | Better Buildings 2018 Training Sessions Now Available!

Visit the 2018 Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit website to see newly posted session titles, descriptions, and speakers! Through this interactive training agenda webpage, attendees can browse almost 200 accredited technical trainings, workshops, and panel discussions to plan their individual programs based on their subject matter interests, time, or date.  Visit the webpage to develop your agenda.


2018 Energy Exchange Better Buildings


FEMP Tools

Did you know that FEMP offers a range of free tools, including software, data sets, and databases to support federal agencies’ energy reduction efforts? Each month FEMP will spotlight a few of these resources that are available to all.

  • eProject BuilderA web-based data management system for producing standardized project financial schedules, portfolio-level reports, and benchmarking.
  • Facility Energy Decision System (FEDS) software: A Windows-based program for performing energy efficiency assessment screenings and energy retrofit project analyses across a wide variety of building types for maximizing life-cycle savings.

Access FEMP’s full catalog of tools.

Upcoming Events 

Check out and register for upcoming online and in-person training events developed and offered by FEMP. Click on the links to find out more and register today!

WEBINAR: eProject Builder Demonstrations

August 21-23, 2018
Cleveland, Ohio

Interested in more training events? View FEMP's Training Calendar to see all of FEMP’s scheduled webinar sessions and in-person trainings.


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