Create Your Own Energy Action Campaign
Federal agencies are encouraged to create and conduct their own energy action campaigns. FEMP provides graphics, outreach materials, and other resources to help develop programs and ongoing campaigns.
Energy action materials are available for download and printing for Federal agencies to conduct campaigns. Both low-resolution and high-resolution files are available.
Campaign materials (low-resolution) are available for viewing and download via the FEMP Web site. Materials are available from the following current and past campaigns:
- You Have the Power
- Earth Day
- Energy Action Month
- Lead by Example
The following publications provide instructions and resources to help Federal agencies conduct energy action campaigns:
Creating an Energy Awareness Campaign; A Handbook for Federal Energy Managers (PDF 3.8 MB): Information on how to plan, design, and implement custom programs, along with resources to evaluate and report results. In addition, this handbook contains tips on sustaining energy-saving behaviors so your agency will continue to save energy long after the initial campaign.
Revised Handbook for Promoting Behavior-Based Energy Efficiency in Military Housing (PDF 1.8 MB): Details on energy efficiency outreach campaigns at two military bases. As a result of FEMP's energy efficiency in military housing outreach campaign, an article was published in Environment & Behavior (November 2002) that validates campaign effectiveness in terms of behavior modification and quantification of the impact of energy awareness activities at both facilities. (PDF 326 KB).