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The Federal government is the largest energy consumer in the nation, managing more than 350,000 buildings and 640,000 vehicles. By increasing the efficiency of Federal operations, Federal agencies cut waste, save taxpayer dollars, reduce impacts on the environment, and promote clean air, land, and water.

In Fiscal Year 2017, the Federal government:

  • Reduced energy in Federal buildings by 2% since FY2016;
  • Reduced potable water consumption by 3.8% since FY2016;
  • Leveraged $1.145 billion in private sector investments (performance contracts) to drive energy and water savings in Federal facilities;
  • Used renewable energy to power more than 10% of its facility energy needs;
  • Increased renewable electricity produced on Federal land by 16% since FY2016; and
  • Has more than 2,700 sustainable buildings in its portfolio.

View government-wide progress on the following:

Source: Agency-submitted Annual Energy Data Reports (Goal-subject buildings in site-delivered Btu adjusted for source-energy-saving projects)

Source: Agency-submitted Annual Energy Data Reports

Source: Agency-submitted Annual Energy Data Reports

Source: Agency-submitted Annual Energy Data Reports (in inflation-adjusted 2017 dollars)

Source: Annual Data from GSA Federal Real Property Asset Management System

Source: Agency-reported data to the Federal Automotive Statistical Tool

Source: Agency-submitted Annual Energy Data Reports

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