Guidance issued for new renewable energy projects at federal agencies

The U.S. Energy Department (DOE)’s Federal Energy Management Program issued new guidance for federal agencies developing renewable energy projects larger than 10 MW.

The guide provides a comprehensive framework that includes active project management strategies, common terms, and principles that reduce project uncertainties and promote collaborations between the federal government, private developers and financiers. The guide also shows how federal agencies can help attract project developers and private capital investment while meeting requirements.

The guide was developed by the DOE’s Federal Energy Management Program and National Renewable Energy Laboratory, with contribution from the U.S. Army Energy Initiatives Task Force.

To read the full guidance, click here.

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