The Army observes Energy Action Month each October to raise awareness of the critical role energy resilience plays in mission readiness which supports the Army priorities of readiness, modernization, reform, and lethality.


What are your Energy Action Month plans for 2020?

See below for activities from prior years!

The energy team at Picatinny Arsenal, NJ hosted a two-day energy fair to educate Soldiers and their families about saving energy in their homes.

"Rocky the Energy Dog" promoted energy efficiency at Rock Island Arsenal, IL during Energy Action Month.


Volunteers handed out LED lightbulbs at the Fort Jackson, SC Exchange to promote energy awareness.

Army Energy leaders, joined by Rep. Marcy Kaptur and Rep. Jason Crow, hosted an Army Energy Program Update.

“Energy Resilience Enables Army Readiness” was the Army’s 2019 October Energy Action Month theme. The Army is enhancing readiness by strengthening the capabilities of the current force; modernizing our installations and operational energy programs to build a more lethal force, and reforming business processes to maintain effective warfighting operations.

Senior Leader Messages

Posters

Energy Action Month Resources

Presidential Proclamation on National Energy Awareness Month, 2019

Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense Energy Awareness Month Message

U.S. Army Energy Action Month Leadership Message

U.S. Army Reserve Energy Action Month Leadership Message

U.S. Army Reserve Energy Action Month Resource Guide 2019

AAFES Energy Action Month Website

U.S. Department of Energy Energy Awareness Month Website

U.S. Department of Energy Energy Saver Website

U.S. Air Force Energy Action Month Website

U.S. Navy Energy Action Month Website

Army Energy and Water Security Memo

The Army observes Energy Action Month each year in October. This year's theme "Energy Resilience Enables Army Readiness" highlights the importance of our collective efforts to achieve Energy Security and Resilience throughout the Army.

Secure and reliable access to energy in our operational missions and on our installations is essential to ensuring that the Total Army is ready to deploy, fight and win across the entire spectrum of conflict. Enhanced capabilities and warfighting operations based on concepts like Multi-Domain Operations (land, sea, air, space and cyberspace) require secure and reliable access to energy to achieve the levels of mobility and lethality required by the Army's operational forces.

The Army continues to increase operational effectiveness, range, lethality, and readiness by reducing the dependency on energy. Improving the resilience of the energy supply chain and wisely using energy every day throughout the year ensures that we remain Army Strong!

Updated as of May 2020