ETL 11-6 Utilities Reporting for Air Force Facilities  


Various Executive Orders (E.O.), the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) of 2005, and the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007 require the Air Force to reduce energy and water consumption, use renewable energy wherever practicable, and report on progress towards meeting mandated conservation goals. To fulfill these requirements, installations and major commands (MAJCOM) must track the cost and consumption of utilities (electricity, fuel oil, natural gas, steam and hot water, coal, propane, and liquefied petroleum gas), water, and renewable energy sources for all facilities, including military construction (MILCON) and minor construction.

Due to the complexity of determining what utility information to report and how to report it, this ETL provides technical guidance and establishes roles, responsibilities, and procedures to standardize utilities reporting for Air Force active duty, Reserve, and National Guard installations and activities.