Residential Naval Facilities Awareness
Commercial Naval Facilities Awareness
Industrial Naval Facilities Awareness
We want your feedback, if you have comments or concerns about energy or water conservation at any CFAY activity, please send an email to CFAYEnergy@fe.navy.mil or call the Public Works Department Trouble Desk at 115 for immediate assistance. (For example electric safety hazards or water leaks)
Building Energy Monitors
Sign up as Building Energy Monitor / Training Please email CFAYEnergy@fe.navy.mil to become a BEM or to request training.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Should I turn my computer off at night?
The recommendation from Energy Star (www.energystar.gov) is that you turn your computer off at night, for maximum energy savings. When you shut off your computer at night, you are saving energy and it all adds up. Turning your PC on and off does not wear it out. Today's PCs are designed to handle 40,000 on/off cycles (www.microsoft.com) before a failure, and that's a number you likely won't reach during the computer's five-to-seven-year life span. Software and security updates should be scheduled at pre-designated times - check with your organizations IT Professional for the update schedule so that computers and peripherals can be turned off at night or over the weekend.
Instructions & Documents
Energy and Water Conservation and Management Program
Energy Management and Contingency Plan
Energy Conservation Monitor's Guide
(COMFLEACTINST 11300.2G Encl 1)
Steam Control Criteria For Central Heating & Air-Conditioning
(COMFLEACTINST 11300.2G Encl 2)
EPA of 2005
EISA of 2007
Navy/Marine Corps Energy Training Program
Energy Awareness Training
Industrial Energy Awareness Training
- Navy Energy Web Site
- U.S. Department of Energy
- Energy Information Administration