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Energy Exchange 2016

Energy Exchange 2016 Training and Trade Show

Network with your peers, get fleet management training, and learn about the latest federal mandates and greenhouse gas emissions reduction strategies at Energy Exchange 2016, held August 9–11 in Providence, Rhode Island. Federal fleet management training topics will include Executive Order 13693, the Energy Policy Act of 2005, greenhouse gas metrics, zero emission vehicle metrics, electric vehicles and associated charging infrastructure, the vehicle allocation methodology process, FleetDASH capabilities, FAST reporting, and fleet data analytics.
Fleet Sustainability Dashboard

Fleet Sustainability Dashboard

The Fleet Sustainability Dashboard, or FleetDASH, tracks participating Federal agencies’ fleet fuel consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, and vehicle inventories throughout the year. The tool allows agencies to view national summaries or drill down through organizational levels to view individual vehicle fuel use and fuel transactions.
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Complying with the EPAct 2005 Section 701 Requirement to Use Alternative Fuel in Dual-Fuel Vehicles

FEMP presents a 15-minute eTraining course to help participants comply with the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) 2005 Section 701 requirement to use alternative fuel in dual-fuel vehicles. Participants will learn about the requirements of Section 701, how to identify dual-fuel vehicles, and how to locate alternative fuel stations. The course is intended for anyone with access to a Federal fleet vehicle, including drivers and fleet managers. Upon completion, participants will understand how using alternative fuel in their dual-fuel vehicles can help their fleets reduce petroleum consumption.
Comprehensive Federal Fleet Management Handbook

FEMP's Fleet Management Handbook

The Comprehensive Federal Fleet Management Handbook shows you how to implement FEMP's three driving principles of petroleum reduction and helps you meet your Federal fleet goals and requirements.

Energy Exchange 2016 Training and Trade Show

Network with your peers, get fleet management training, and learn about the latest federal mandates and greenhouse gas emissions reduction strategies at Energy Exchange 2016, held August 9–11 in Providence, Rhode Island. Federal fleet management training topics will include Executive Order 13693, the Energy Policy Act of 2005, greenhouse gas metrics, zero emission vehicle metrics, electric vehicles and associated charging infrastructure, the vehicle allocation methodology process, FleetDASH capabilities, FAST reporting, and fleet data analytics.

Fleet Sustainability Dashboard

The Fleet Sustainability Dashboard, or FleetDASH, tracks participating Federal agencies’ fleet fuel consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, and vehicle inventories throughout the year. The tool allows agencies to view national summaries or drill down through organizational levels to view individual vehicle fuel use and fuel transactions.

Complying with the EPAct 2005 Section 701 Requirement to Use Alternative Fuel in Dual-Fuel Vehicles

FEMP presents a 15-minute eTraining course to help participants comply with the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) 2005 Section 701 requirement to use alternative fuel in dual-fuel vehicles. Participants will learn about the requirements of Section 701, how to identify dual-fuel vehicles, and how to locate alternative fuel stations. The course is intended for anyone with access to a Federal fleet vehicle, including drivers and fleet managers. Upon completion, participants will understand how using alternative fuel in their dual-fuel vehicles can help their fleets reduce petroleum consumption.

FEMP's Fleet Management Handbook

The Comprehensive Federal Fleet Management Handbook shows you how to implement FEMP's three driving principles of petroleum reduction and helps you meet your Federal fleet goals and requirements.

The Sustainable Federal Fleets website helps the Federal fleet community access the latest information, applications, and resources related to fleet efficiency. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) is committed to helping Federal agencies meet legislative and regulatory requirements to reduce petroleum consumption and increase alternative fuel use. FEMP helps agencies implement and manage sustainable and energy-efficient alternative-fuel fleets.

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