FY12 Annual Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory and Energy Management Performance
- Reduced Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions by 20 percent relative to baseline and 2012
goal of 8 percent.
- Reduced Scope 3 GHG emissions by 14 percent relative to baseline and a 2020 goal of 7.2 percent.
Energy Management Performance:
- Reduced shore energy use intensity by 28.6 percent relative to a 2003 Coast Guard baseline and prescribed FY12 goal of 21 percent.
- Reduced water use intensity by 17.3 percent relative to a 2007 baseline and FY12 goal of 10 percent.
- Generated 10.2 percent of its electricity from renewable sources as compared to an FY12 target
of 5 percent.
- Designed 100 percent of new buildings, since 2007, to be 30 percent more energy efficient than relevant code.
- Achieved 100 percent of FY12 advanced metering goals.
- Contracts a Fuel Management Office structured specifically to cover the major functional areas required within the Coast Guard. The system is tailored to Coast Guard needs. The result is total coverage of major voids that previously existed in fuel purchase, fuel card use, training, and operational logistics, and will provide Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Energy management support across the total Coast Guard community.
- Increasing conversion of Coast Guard shore facility commercial contracts to DLA Energy contracts using the paperless ordering and report tracking system (PORTS) which will result in approximately 20% -22% cost avoidance in product costs and accompanying management coverage using the DLA Energy fuel purchase systems and standard product prices.
Provided supply chain fuel management support to the Coast Guard units operating in the Haitian area during the earthquake relief effort, during the Deepwater Horizon response, and throughout the Arctic area of operations. Worked with DLA Energy to provide planned logistics support in refueling operations and assisted in product sourcing for Coast Guard Cutters.
- Award of a contract to provide automatic tank gauging (ATG) at Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Contract establishes the basis for base level physical and financial accountability to track transient aircraft receiving fuel from the base. When fully implemented, the system will facilitate the recapture of the estimated 10% losses resulting from fuel being issued without reimbursement.
Fuel Card Program
- Establishment of Fuel Card Program Manager and Fuel Card Program Office.