Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office


Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office

Headquarters Marine Corps

Expeditionary Energy
Now accepting nominations for the 2016 SECNAV Energy Award for Marine Corps Expeditionary Units!


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Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O) Recognized for Innovation

The Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office was recently recognized for innovation in energy technology and leadership. E2O received recognition from the following three awards programs:
  • 2016 Edison Awards Finalist
    • USMC E2O’s Joint Infantry Company Prototype (JIC-P) Program was selected as a finalist in the Energy & Sustainability (Alternative Energy) Award Category for the 2016 Edison Awards.
    • Read more and see all of the 2016 finalists on the Edison Awards website.

  • Winner of 2016 Business Intelligence Group (BIG) Innovation Awards Winner
    • USMC E2O’s JIC-P Program was also selected as a winner for the 2016 BIG Innovation Awards.
    • Read more and see all of the 2016 winners on the BIG Innovation Awards website.

  • 2015 Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Innovation Awards Honorable Mention
    • The USMC E2O Team was recognized for innovative energy leadership, receiving Honorable Mention in the Innovation Leadership Category for the 2015 SECNAV Innovation Awards.
    • For more information and to see all of the award winners and honorable mentions, view the ALNAV message.

Marine Corps Energy Leadership Video Series
  • Check out energy video messages from senior leadership across the Marine Corps by visiting the E2O Videos and Images page!
By 2025, we will deploy Marine Expeditionary Forces that can maneuver from the sea and sustain C4I and life support systems in place; the only liquid fuel needed will be for mobility systems which will be more efficient than systems are today.

- USMC Expeditionary Energy Strategy and Implementation Plan, March 2011
E2O News
Navy-Marine Corps-Army Engineers Win Top Awards for Energy Harvesting Innovation. CHIPS Magazine. March 2016.
Lightening the Load for the Modern Marine. Quarterly DSIAC Journal. February 2016.
ESD, Combat Center Earn SECNAV Awards . News. January 2016.
Alternative Power Sources Boost Small Drone Endurance. National Defense Magazine. November 2015.
2015 Expeditionary Energy Concepts Demonstration Accelerates Innovation. Currents Magazine. Fall 2015.
NPS, Marine Corps Partnership Enhances Readiness Through Education. Naval Postgraduate School News. September 2015.
Military Tests Energy Generating Backpack. National Defense Magazine. August 2015.
Companies Unveil Latest Energy-Saving Technology at Camp Lejeune. Time Warner Cable News. July 2015.
Marine Corps Looking at Hybrid ATVs to Boost Battlefield Range. National Defense Magazine. July 2015.
Paving Way to Effective Battlefield. Camp Lejeune Globe. July 2015.
Marines Test Solar-Powered Drones, Hybrid ATVs at Energy Expo. Marine Corps Times. June 2015.
Marines Evaluate Products During Demo. Jacksonville Daily News. June 2015.
Marine’s Feedback on New Technologies Shape Future of Corps. WNTC. June 2015.
Energy Expo Draws Power, Crowds to View New Technology. DVIDS - II MEF. June 2015.
U.S. Marines Test Solar-Powered Drones at Annual Energy Expo. United Press International. June 2015.
Operational Reach 2015 War Game Tests Future Corps’ Operations. News. June 2015.
Annual Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Technology Demonstration Seeks Battlefield Solutions. Currents Magazine. May 2015.
Hybrid ATV Eyed for Casualty Evacuation and More. Marine Corps Times. April 2015.
Marines Enforce Energy Warrior Ethos. DVIDS News. March 2015.
Marine Corps Solicits Innovative Energy Technologies to Enable the Future Force. News. February 2015.
The Next Energy Revolution Won’t Be in Wind or Solar. It Will Be in Our Brains. Washington Post. January 2015.