HR 2266

112th CONGRESS
1st Session

H. R. 2266

To amend title 10, United States Code, to reform Department of Defense energy policy, and for other purposes.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

June 21, 2011

Mr. SMITH of Washington introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Armed Services


A BILL

To amend title 10, United States Code, to reform Department of Defense energy policy, and for other purposes.

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.

TITLE I--OPERATIONAL ENERGY SECURITY

TITLE II--INSTALLATION ENERGY SECURITY

SEC. 2. CONGRESSIONAL DEFENSE COMMITTEES DEFINED.

SEC. 3. SENSE OF CONGRESS ON DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ENERGY SAVINGS INITIATIVES.

SEC. 4. WAIVER AUTHORITY.

TITLE I--OPERATIONAL ENERGY SECURITY

SEC. 101. JOINT CONTINGENCY BASE RESOURCE PILOT PROJECT.

SEC. 102. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES TO INCORPORATE HYBRID-DRIVE TECHNOLOGY INTO CURRENT AND FUTURE TACTICAL FLEET OF MILITARY GROUND VEHICLES.

SEC. 103. CONVERSION OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FLEET OF NON-TACTICAL MOTOR VEHICLES TO ELECTRIC AND HYBRID MOTOR VEHICLES.

`Sec. 2922c-1. Conversion of Department of Defense non-tactical motor vehicle fleet to motor vehicles using electric or hybrid propulsion systems

SEC. 104. TEN-YEAR EXTENSION OF AUTHORIZED INITIAL TERM OF CONTRACTS FOR STORAGE, HANDLING OR DISTRIBUTION OF LIQUID FUELS AND NATURAL GAS.

SEC. 105. ESTABLISHMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE JOINT TASK FORCE FOR ALTERNATIVE FUEL DEVELOPMENT.

TITLE II--INSTALLATION ENERGY SECURITY

SEC. 201. FUNDING FOR INSTALLATION ENERGY TEST BED.

SEC. 202. FUNDING FOR ENERGY CONSERVATION PROJECTS.

SEC. 203. REPORT ON ENERGY-EFFICIENCY STANDARDS.

SEC. 204. IDENTIFICATION OF ENERGY-EFFICIENT PRODUCTS FOR USE IN CONSTRUCTION, REPAIR, OR RENOVATION OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FACILITIES.

SEC. 205. CORE CURRICULUM AND CERTIFICATION STANDARDS FOR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ENERGY MANAGERS.

`Sec. 2915a. Facilities: department of defense energy managers

SEC. 206. REQUIREMENT FOR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TO CAPTURE AND TRACK DATA GENERATED IN METERING DEPARTMENT FACILITIES.

SEC. 207. ESTABLISHMENT OF MILESTONES FOR ACHIEVING DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE 2025 RENEWABLE ENERGY GOAL.

SEC. 208. DEVELOPMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES ON MILITARY LANDS.

`(aa) is licensed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or is exempt from licensing, and is in compliance with the terms and conditions of the license or exemption; and

`(bb) meets all other applicable environmental, licensing, and regulatory requirements, including applicable fish passage requirements;

`(aa) was placed in service before the date of enactment of this section;

`(bb) was operated for flood control, navigation, or water supply purposes; and

`(cc) did not produce hydroelectric power as of the date of enactment of this section; and

`Sec. 2917. Development of renewable energy sources on military lands'.

SEC. 209. DEVELOPMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY ON MILITARY INSTALLATIONS.

SEC. 210. REPORT ON CROSS-AGENCY RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS.

SEC. 211. ELIMINATION OF APPROVAL REQUIREMENT FOR LONG-TERM CONTRACTS FOR ENERGY OR FUEL FOR MILITARY INSTALLATIONS.

SEC. 212. CONSIDERATION OF ENERGY SECURITY IN DEVELOPING ENERGY PROJECTS ON MILITARY INSTALLATIONS USING RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES.

`Sec. 2924. Energy security defined

SEC. 213. STUDY ON INSTALLATION ENERGY SECURITY AND SOCIETAL IMPACTS.

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