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SECNAV Energy Awards – Past USMC Expeditionary Energy Award Winners
The annual Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Energy Excellence Awards recognize the accomplishments of Navy and Marine Corps activities who demonstrate leadership and effectiveness in the areas of energy security, new technology, innovation, program management, and efficiency across the Department of the Navy.

The SECNAV Energy Award for Marine Corps Expeditionary Units recognizes energy-related achievements at the battalion/squadron level that extend operational reach and/or increase training readiness.

Read about the SECNAV Energy Award for Marine Corps Expeditionary Units winners by year below.
2017 USMC Expeditionary Energy Award Winner
2017 Award Winner: 3d Battalion, 11th Marines

  • 3d Battalion, 11th Marines (3/11) was recognized for its efforts to improve warfighting capabilities and create a self-sustaining military.
  • 3/11 received the 2017 SECNAV Energy Award in the USMC Expeditionary Unit category for FY 2016 accomplishments in energy data gathering and analysis, adaptive energy planning, and their leading role in identification and development of solutions to complex challenges associated with energy consumption.
  • Congratulations to 3/11!
2016 USMC Expeditionary Energy Award Winner
2016 Award Winner: 2d Marine Expeditionary Brigade (MEB)

  • 2d MEB received the 2016 SECNAV Energy Award in the USMC Expeditionary Unit category for FY 2015 accomplishments greatly contributing to the understanding and improvement of operational energy planning’s role in maximizing the operational reach of the Marine Air Ground Task Force or Joint Task Force.
  • For more information, and to see a list of all the 2016 SECNAV Energy and Water Management Award winners, view the ALNAV message announcing winners.
2015 USMC Expeditionary Energy Award Winner

Marines GREENS Training

Exercise 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 Winner:  Marine Corps Air Ground Task Force Training Center (MAGTFTC) Exercise Support Division

  • MAGTFTC Exercise Support Division received the 2015 SECNAV Energy Award in the USMC Expeditionary Unit category for FY 2014 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, and to see a list of all the 2015 SECNAV Energy and Water Management Award winners, view the ALNAV message announcing winners.
More Info?
- Contact E2O at energy@usmc.mil or 703-432-8069 for more information about submitting nominations for the SECNAV Energy Award for Marine Corps Expeditionary Units.