F/A-18F Super Hornet assigned to Strike Fighter Squadron
The US Navy Aviation Energy Conservation (Air ENCON) Program is designed to optimize fuel consumption by naval aviation units—without adversely impacting safety or mission execution—to ensure the right amount of fuel is available for sustained mission readiness.


Navy Energy Program

The Navy’s energy strategy is focused on improving energy security.

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Advanced Hawkeye aircraft

Integrated Project Team (IPT)

The IPT is comprised of members from CNAP, CNAL, and NAVAIR.

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Program Goals

This site contains information about the latest Air ENCON conservation best practices, updated consumption reports, and numerous tools to help you—the naval aviation community—operate, fight, and win more effectively and more efficiently.

Two key facts will put these efforts into context:

  • The US Navy currently uses 34% of all DoD energy
  • World fuel consumption is projected to rise by 44% through 2030, while supplies are expected to be flat or declining

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