Commander Navy Region Southeast Energy Strategy 2011 - 2013
COMMANDER NAVY REGION SOUTHEAST JACKSONVILLE FL
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A limited supply and increased worldwide demand for energy resources challenges each of us to make more responsible decisions in the way we do business. Navy Region Southeast has developed an Energy Management Program to assist in energy and water conservation. This program is outlined in CNRSEINST 4101.1 and references national energy policies, as well as other directives and memorandums that will guide us to become more efficient in the use of our resources. This instruction provides a way ahead that focuses on three pillars instilling a culture of conservation, encouraging innovation and use of technology, and increasing our production of renewable energy. We will achieve our vision by allocating our resources across six specific strategies, described in this plan, that support our pillars to success. As a Region, we have to make energy management our focus and mission, whether through the use of green technology to enhance new construction and refurbishment, or when considering our own personal energy usage. Each kilowatt of electricity and gallon of water we save today will be resources that are available tomorrow.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Energy Storage