Historical Technology Downloads

Sulfur-Tolerant Oxide Fuel Cell Fact Sheet pdf [365 KB]
Corrosion Mitigation and Control Brochure
Power and Energy Portfolio Brochure
Safety and Occupational Health Brochure
Sustainable Procurement Brochure
Water Quality and Supply Brochure
Air Force Enterprise Energy Dashboard pdf [856 KB]

The Air Force Enterprise Energy Dashboard (Dashboard) is sponsored by SAF/IEN, and is designed to provide common-sight views of energy performance throughout the USAF and provide access to valuable energy resources. The Dashboard leverages the flexibility and accessibility of Microsoft Office SharePoint®, which resides on the Air Force Network Integration Center (AFNIC) Enterprise Information Services (EIS) site, and is accessible by all authenticated USAF users. The Dashboard supports the following focus areas:


Key Performance Indicators (Scorecard) – Provides senior leaders and other Dashboard users with a visual snapshot of overall performance towards USAF Energy Plan goals.


Metrics – Provides consistent views and access to data for sixteen metrics that measure aviation, facility, and ground vehicle energy performance.


Library of Knowledge – Provides a robust and searchable collection of energy documents, energy policies, definitions, and acronyms.


Energy Initiatives – Tracks the funding status of energy initiatives advocated for by the USAF Energy Governance Structure.


Energy Investments – Identifies the historic, current, and planned USAF energy investment portfolio and allows users to filter, slice-and-dice, and visualize portfolio data as needed.


Schedule – Displays an anticipated schedule of recurring USAF energy governance, management, and reporting activities to ensure on-time execution.


Research, Development, Test & Evaluation Status – Tracks the progress and anticipated transition of USAF energy research and development.


Energy Governance Workspace – Provides the components of the USAF Energy Governance Structure with a user-friendly interface for organizing, sharing, and maintaining information.

Air Force Enterprise Operational and Process Energy Dashboard Validation and Technology Transfer (Task N.0826) pdf [395 KB]

Statement of Need
The United States Air Force (USAF) must reduce energy consumption and increase the portion of their renewable energy to meet a variety of Federal, DoD, and internal energy goals. In order to meet these goals, the USAF established a comprehensive energy program and an Energy Plan led by the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Energy (SAF/IEN). The USAF Energy Plan is used to communicate enterprise goals, objectives, and metrics across all USAF functional domains and external audiences. In 2010, SAF/IEN developed an interactive, web-based reporting tool, the Air Force Enterprise Energy Management Framework Dashboard (AFEEFD) to provide centralized access to metrics and energy resources that support the Energy Plan. The AFEEFD leverages the flexibility and accessibility of Microsoft SharePoint®, which resides on the Air Force Network Integration Center Enterprise Information Services site, and is accessible by all authenticated USAF users.

Air Force Enterprise Operational, Process, and Security Energy Dashboard Validation and Technology Transfer (Task N.0837) pdf [385 KB]

Statement of Need
The United States Air Force (USAF) must reduce energy consumption and increase the portion of their renewable energy to meet a variety of Federal, DoD, and internal energy goals. In order to meet these goals, the USAF established a comprehensive energy program, led by the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Energy (SAF/IEN). Under direction from SAF/IEN, the Air Force released its initial Energy Plan in 2010, followed by an updated plan in 2013. These Plans communicate enterprise goals, objectives, and metrics across all USAF functional domains and external audiences. In 2010, the NDCEE in coordination with SAF/IEN developed an interactive, web-based reporting tool, the Air Force Enterprise Energy Management Framework Dashboard (AFEEFD) to provide centralized access to metrics and energy resources that support the Energy Plan. The Dashboard was further developed and demonstrated under Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Task 0002 and NDCEE Task Orders 0742, 0809, and 0826. This Task is necessary to complete USAF requirements to develop, demonstrate, validate, and transfer the AFEEFD to the senior leadership and policy makers, which will provide them with a rapid, real-time energy metric and data tracking system in order to make effective investment and policy decisions.

Army Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Loads Pilot (Task N.0715) pdf [288 KB]

Results and Benefits
The outcome was a pilot process that used GIS to compile land cover data in coordination with current county, state, and EPA TMDL modeling, calculation of nutrient and sediment loads for various Army facilities, and a prioritization of Army point and non-point source opportunities to comply with the proposed Chesapeake Bay TMDL. Implementation of the pilot process was documented in the TMDL Gap Analysis Cumulative Report, TMDL Baseline Assessment Reports, and Watershed Implementation Plan Model and TMDL Monitoring Strategy documents. A detailed outline of the steps taken to implement the pilot process was documented in a Guidebook and presented during training sessions.