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    Army Energy Leadership

About Us

The Secretary of the Army established the Office of Energy Initiatives (OEI) on October 1, 2014. The office was created to expand on the momentum and early success of the Army Energy Initiatives Task Force (EITF) which was stood up three years earlier.

The OEI serves as the U.S. Army's central program management office for development, implementation and oversight of privately financed, large-scale energy projects focused on achieving resilience on Army installations.

The OEI directly supports the Army’s top priorities of Readiness, Modernization, and Reform. The OEI is prioritizing projects for critical infrastructure on installations to ensure energy for mission readiness. The projects aim to modernize energy systems to anticipate and mitigate against increasing physical, natural, and cyber threats.

OEI Organizational Chart

OEI Project Development Process

The OEI utilizes a streamlined project assessment and validation process based on major risk assessment factors.

Updated as of August 2019