iENCON History and Timeline

The Navy’s Energy Conservation Program (ENCON) was implemented fleet wide
In FY2000

The ultimate objective is to make ships more fuel efficient. Since it’s inception, ENCON has helped the U.S. Navy’s fleet in accomplishing increased steaming hours at no extra cost by managing fuel consumption and transit speeds and eliminating unproductive energy expenditures.

iENCON Timeline

1993 ADM Green signs letter to establish start of the iENCON Program
1994 PACFLT pilot program established for next 3 years
1996 SECNAV Ship Energy Awards commenced
1998 PACFLT fleet-wide program implemented
1998 LANTFLT Pilot program established
1999 LANTFLT program implemented to 95% of the fleet
1999 On-site ENCON Seminars & Workshops commenced
2002 iENCON training introduced to SWOS
2002 ENCON Video Teletraining (VTT) commenced
2002 ENCON Team won prestigious Presidential Award
2002 Defense Science Board audited iENCON program along with all DOD programs. iENCON was selected in top 5 list of the Navy programs recommended for continuation by the President.
2003 Total Fleet Net Underburn in BLACK, and has remained in BLACK since 2003
2003 New Record: Total fleet underburn reached 1.39 million barrels
2009 iENCON was implemented into other DOD branches
2009 iENCON program manager received Superior Civilian Service Award from vice CNO
2009 New Records: 20 BBLs/hr Fleet Underway fuel consumption rate, and 771,000 total fleet net barrels of underburn
2010 iENCON program selected by US industry as one of 3 Department of Navy programs to represent USA in 2010 Platt Global Energy Awards
2010 iENCON was used by Secretary of Defense to show Congress about DOD energy conservation efforts.
2010 New Records: 14.4% cost avoidance, and 68,000 additional underway steaming hours. 2010 also tied the 2009 underway fuel consumption rate of 20 BBLs/hr



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