Congratulations to the 2017 Secretary of the Navy Energy Conservation Award Winners!

Energy plays a crucial role in the Department of the Navy’s ability to provide the global presence needed to ensure stability, deter potential adversaries, and present options in times of crisis.

The 2017 SECNAV Energy Conservation Awards were presented to 12 Navy and Marine Corps Commands, ships, and installations who achieved outstanding leadership in energy management, innovations in energy efficiency, and energy conservation approaches to training, daily operations, and maintenance in FY 2016. 

SECNAV Award Winners

Navy Large Shore: Naval Base Kitsap
Navy Small Shore: Naval Station Everett
Other Shore: Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Keyport
Large Ship: USS Monterey (CG 61)
Medium Ship: USS Wayne E Meyer (DDG 108)
Small Ship: USS Champion (MCM 4)
Amphib Large Ship: USS Bataan (LHD 5)
Amphib Medium/Small Ship: USS Comstock (LSD 45)
COMNAVAIRLANT: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron Four Zero (VRC-40)
COMNAVAIRPAC: Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron Four (VQ-4)
Military Sealift Command: USNS Lewis & Clark (T-AKE1)
Navy Expeditionary: Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Four

Numerous others received Platinum, Gold, and Blue level awards in acknowledgement of their outstanding efforts.

Naval Base Kitsap personnel received the SECNAV Energy Conservation Award – Large shore.

As a SECNAV Energy Conservation Award winner, USS Monterey is authorized to fly the SECNAV Energy Flag for one year.