Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office


Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office

Headquarters Marine Corps

Expeditionary Energy

Marines GREENS TrainingExercise Forces (EXFOR) receiving Ground Renewable Expeditionary Energy Network System (GREENS) training at Camp Wilson. SECNAV Energy Award winner MAGTFTC Exercise Support Division’s energy achievements include the introduction and integration of 10 GREENS and 30 Solar Portable Alternative Communications Energy System (SPACES) into EXFOR power plans.

2015 SECNAV Energy Award for USMC Expeditionary Units Award Presentation

  • Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Energy Award winner, Marine Corps Air Ground Task Force Training Center (MAGTFTC) Exercise Support Division, will be recognized for their energy achievements during an award presentation at Twentynine Palms, California on January 21st.
  • ASN Dennis McGinn (Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations, and Environment) and Mr. Joseph Bryan (Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy) will present MAGTFTC Exercise Support Division the 2015 SECNAV Energy Award in the Marine Corps Expeditionary Unit category for their accomplishments in exemplary energy leadership and for demonstrating an unwavering commitment to energy efficiency, awareness, and training while supporting commands throughout the Marine Corps.
  • For more information, visit the SECNAV Expeditionary Energy Award page.
Happening Now
Expeditionary Energy Concepts (E2C) 2016 Technology Demonstration
  • The Request for Information (RFI) for the next Expeditionary Energy Concepts (E2C) technology demonstration (formerly known as ExFOB) closes Friday, January 15th. Thank you for your responses!
  • E2C 2016 will be held 2-6 May 2016 at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California.
  • For more information, visit the Expeditionary Energy Concepts (E2C) page or view the E2C 2016 RFI fact sheet.

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
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.