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Projects and Opportunities

Secure and reliable access to energy, water, and land resources is vital for the Army to perform its mission and support global operations. Through the OEI, the Army seeks to achieve energy security and resilience on its installations by developing "islandable" projects (projects with the ability to maintain operations when the electric grid goes down). Islandable projects contribute to the Army's ability to provide access to necessary energy and water for a minimum of 14 days in the event of a disruption.

OEI Project Map

Project/Initiative Fact Sheets

Fact Sheets provide information about OEI projects and initiatives.

U.S. Army Office of Energy Initiatives Portfolio

U.S. Army Office of Energy Initiatives Pursuing Resilience

Anniston Army Depot, Alabama

Fort Benning, Georgia

Fort Detrick, Maryland

Fort Drum, New York

Fort Gordon, Georgia

Fort Hood, Texas

Fort Huachuca, Arizona

Fort Rucker, Alabama

Fort Stewart, Georgia

Joint Forces Training Base Los Alamitos, California

Redstone Arsenal, Alabama

Schofield Barracks, Hawaii

Updated as of February 2020