AFCEC has engineers, energy experts and support staff who provide expertise to installations and major commands. They identify, evaluate and help implement technologies and funding strategies to reduce Air Force energy consumption and costs to meet federal energy goals.
AFCEC supports installations and major commands with the development and execution of resilient energy Power Purchase Agreement contracts and the optimization of utility commodity procurement contracts. We assist installations with the development of alternate, clean and renewable energy and provide a Utility Rates Management Team, made up of engineers and attorneys, who negotiate on behalf of the Air Force to help installations procure utility service at a fair and reasonable price. The URMT also analyzes bases' utility bills to find savings opportunities and represents installations before state utility regulatory bodies. For more information visit the Air Force Resilient Energy page.