A Look At The DOD's Energy Usage In 2010


The DoD spent $15.2 billion on energy in (Fiscal Year) 2010. Seventy four percent of this (or $11.2 billion) can be attributed to operations while the remaining 24% (or $3.7 billion) to the Department’s permanent installations and 2% (or $0.3 billion) to non-tactical vehicles.

US Military Energy Costs

When we look at the total energy consumption we have a similar picture. In 2010, DoD consumed 872 trillion

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