Administrative Order 110, directing the Institutionalization of the Government Energy Management Program

The Order established that the government shall aim to reduce its monthly consumption of electricity and petroleum products by at least 10% for a minimum period of 3 years starting in January 2005.

Each government entity is mandated to adopt and implement an electricity efficiency program to reduce electricity consumption by ten 10% of its average monthly consumption for the 1st semester of 2004. The Government, through the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), in co-ordination with the DOE, shall institute the government procurement guidelines on energy efficient lighting and appliances based on DOE-certified energy efficiency ratings. Each government entity may use or avail itself of the DOE approved and other acceptable energy efficiency measures.

Quantified targets

10% cut in avg monthly fuel consumption by 2004 against a 2003 baseline

Energy | Energy Efficiency | Base Year Target | Base year: 2003

10% cut in avg monthly electricity consumption by 2004 against a 2003 baseline

Energy | Energy Efficiency | Base Year Target | Base year: 2003

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