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Energy, Environment, & Fleet (EEF) Program Service

 

2019 Federal Energy Management Program Awards

December 9, 2019

Each year, U.S. Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) leads a highly competitive awards program. As FEMP states, these awards “honor outstanding projects and programs at federal facilities related to energy and water cost savings, optimized energy and water use, and distributed energy”.

Sam Hagins receives his Career Service Award | Photo Credit: DOE Photographer, Donica Payne

 

Samuel Hagins, Energy Manager at the Amarillo VA Medical Center in Amarillo, TX was recognized with the Career Service Award. Mr. Hagins was recognized for his work in energy improvements for the U.S. Air Force and at VA over more than 20 years. His extensive efforts include projects with ice thermal storage, solar PV, sustainable building certification, and building automation.

Joselito Amancio and Felix Acevedo receive their FEMP Director's Award | Photo Credit: DOE Photographer, Donica Payne

 

Joselito Amancio and Felix Acevedo of Southern Nevada VA Healthcare System were recognized with a FEMP Director’s award for their contributions to FEMP’s Technical Resilience Navigator. As FEMP states, “The navigator is a new tool that provides a systematic approach to resilience planning that allows agencies to prioritize solutions and create a roadmap for action.”

Get more information on the 2019 FEMP Awards on the Energy.gov website.


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