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Accession Number ADA564596
Title U.S. Air Force Energy Program.
Publication Date May 2011
Media Count 28p
Personal Author K. Geiss
Abstract AIR FORCE ENERGY GOALS. Aviation Goals: Reduce aviation fuel consumption by 10% from 2006 baseline; Be prepared to acquire 50% of domestic aviation fuel requirements via an alternative fuel blend by 2016. Installation Energy: Reduce energy intensity by 3% annually; Increase renewable energy use to reach 25% by 2025. Motor Vehicles: Reduce fuel use by 2% annually; Increase alternative fuel use by 10% annually. HOW WE ARE DOING. Aviation Goals: Reduced aviation fuel consumption 2% from FY06-FY10; On track to certify fleet on synthetic fuel blend by early 2011. Installation Energy: Reduced installation energy intensity nearly 15% since FY03; Renewable energy represented 6.4% of total electric power consumption in FY10. Ground Vehicles: Reduced petroleum consumption by 1.1M gallons (4.7%) since FY08; Increased alternative fuel consumption by over 400,000 gallons (31.0%) since FY08; Maintained over 7,000 flex fuel and hybrid vehicles; Downsized vehicles where possible to more efficient models.
Keywords Air force
Air force facilities
Alternative aviation fuels
Alternative fuels
Aviation fuels
Biomass-derived fuels
Briefing charts
Cost reduction
Diesel fuels
Efficiency
Electric microgrids
Electric power production
Energy consumption
Energy demand reduction
Energy efficiency
Energy governance
Energy management
Energy security
Fuel consumption
Fuel demand reduction
Ground vehicles
Military vehicles
Motor vehicle fuels
Partnerships
Policies
Renewable energy
Science and technology
Symposia
Synthetic aviation fuels

 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 97O - Miscellaneous Energy Conversion & Storage
97I - Electric Power Production
74E - Logistics, Military Facilities, & Supplies
97K - Fuels
Corporate Author Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Energy), Washington, DC.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Briefing charts.
NTIS Issue Number 1303
Contract Number N/A

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