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The Strategic Energy Security Goals (ESGs) of the Army's Energy Security and Implementation Strategy are:

  1. Reduced energy consumption
  2. Increased energy efficiency across platforms and facilities
  3. Increased use of new renewable and alternative
  4. Assured access to sufficient energy supplies
  5. Reduced adverse impacts on the environment.

Army Energy Security Vision

An effective and innovative Army energy posture, which enhances and ensures mission success and quality of life for our Soldiers, Civilians and their Families through Leadership, Partnership, and Ownership, and also serves as a model for the nation.

Army Energy Security Mission

Make energy a consideration for all Army activities to reduce demand, increase efficiency, seek alternative sources, and create a culture of energy accountability while sustaining or enhancing operational capabilities.

The core characteristics defining the energy security necessary for the full range of Army missions include:

  1. Surety – Preventing loss of access to power & fuel sources
  2. Supply – Accessing alternative & renewable energy sources available on installations
  3. Sufficiency – Providing adequate power for critical missions
  4. Survivability – Ensuring resilience in energy systems
  5. Sustainability – Promoting support for the Army's mission, its community, and the environment.

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