National Defense Industrial Association
June 10-13, 2013 - New Orleans, Louisiana

Energy Track 

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The following sessions will be presented under the Energy Tracks. Click on a specific day below, or scroll to browse through each day. Click on the abstract number to view the abstract submitted.

Monday, May 4, 2009
Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Energy 1
7767 - DoD-DOE Initiative: Net Zero Energy Installations Overview; Mr. Robert Westby, NREL

7864 - U.S. Pacific Command Energy Initiatives; Mr. Ross Roley, Cubic Applications, Inc.

7877 - Energy Conservation: Energy Audits and Project Development; Mr. Jeffrey Riegle, AMEC

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Energy 2
7971 - Exploring the Feasibility of Biosolids-to-Energy in District Heating and Power; Mr. Kevin Rhodes, Woolpert, Inc.

7868 - Industrial Biotechnology Research and Development for Renewable Energies Government Funding Opportunities; Mr. John Clerici, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP

7981 - Full Scale Solar PV to Offset Facility Energy Demand; Mr. Gregory Arifian, MWH Americas, Inc.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Morning Concurrent Sessions - Energy
8004 - Energy Conservation at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan; Mr. Clive Rountree, MWH Americas

8025 - Hybrid Lighting. Using natural sunlight in buildings; Mr. Gary Hogsett, Tetra Tech

8092 - Reducing energy demand using solid-state lighting; Mr. Ray Kendall, Intuitive Research and Technology Corporation

8101 - Distributed Thermal Energy Systems at a U.S Air Force Base; Mr. John Kumm, EA Engineering

8119 - Zero Energy Homes for Military Installations; Ms. Heidi Kaltenhauser, CTC

8194 - "Small Wind" as an essential component of stabilizing Department of Defense (DoD) installation operating costs and reducing reliance on fossil fuel energy sources; Mr. Scott Sanders, Wyle Laboratories

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Energy
8178 - Reduce Fossil Fuel Consumption at Forward Operating Bases; Mrs. Barbara Brygider, Power Surety Taskforce

8158 - A Preliminary Health Hazard Assessment of the Newly Developed Alternative Fuel, Synthetic Paraffinic Kerosene (SPK); LT Dean Wagner, Naval Health Research Center

8248 - Electricty Security of Supply from the Outside In- The Industry Perspective; Dr. Gary Leatherman, Booz Allen Hamilton

8243 - Ruggedized, Modular and Transportable Renewable Energy Systems for Distributed Generation; Mr. Mark G. Hodges, Sr., MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Inc.

8193 - Designing, Integrating, and Operating a Microgrid; Mr. Clark Boriack, Concurrent Technologies Corporation

8396 - Connectivity for Alternative Transportation Solutions; Mr. Charles Young, Plexus Logistics

Thursday, May 7, 2009
Morning Concurrent Sessions - Energy 1
8127 - Renewable Energy for Military Installations; Ms. Heidi Kaltenhauser, Concurrent Technologies Corporation

8245 - Emerging Energy-Efficient and Renewable Building Technologies; Mr. Patrick Hughes, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

8242 - ORNL’s Sustainable Campus Initiative; Ms. Melissa Lapsa, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

8241 - Federal Deployment of Ground Source Heat Pumps; Mr. John Shonder, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

8129 - Battelle Comprehensive Energy and Environmental Management; Dr. Stephen Ricci, Battelle Memorial Institute

8128 - Addressing Key Sustainability Issues for Military Installations in Hawaii; Ms. Heidi Kaltenhauser, Concurrent Technologies Corporation

Morning Concurrent Sessions - Energy 2
8348 - Agency Collaborations in Responding to Climate Change Impacts and Adaptations; Mr. William Goran, Center for the Advancement of Sustainability Innovations

8201 - Examining Defense Energy Security from a Social-Ecological Systems Perspective; Mr. David A. Kerner, The Tauri Group, LLC

8235 - Concentrated Solar Power: A Ray of Hope for Energy Security; Mr. Alan Taber, Lockheed Martin Corporation

8246 - The Role of Clean, Renewable Technologies for our Nation’s Future; Mr. Thomas King, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

8240 - Addressing the Future Energy Challenges through Innovation; Mr. Thomas King, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

8097 - Integrating a Management System for Energy into an Existing EMS; Dr. Alice Reeves, Paragon Business Solutions, Inc.

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Energy
8059 - The Defense Logistics Agency’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Program: Lessons Learned and "Green" Hydrogen Projects; Mr. Rob Hardison, LMI

8024 - Energy Conservation & Energy Supply in the Battle Space; LTC Rich Lonardo, HQ USSOUTHCOM

8100 - Energy Savings Performance Contract (Including Combined Heat and Power) at a U.S. Army Garrison, Adelphi (USAGA); Mr. John Kumm, EA Engineering

8099 - Capitalize on Existing Assets with Demand Response; Mr. Gregg Dixon, EnerNOC, Inc.

8096 - Maximizing Cost-Effectiveness of Energy Service Performance Contracts; Mr. Andrew Knox, Booz Allen Hamilton

8374 - Energy Efficiency and DoD Historic Properties; Mr. Brian Lione, OSD/ATL

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