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

Alternative Fuel & Power 

Speaker Bios
Symposium Speakers
Acquisition & Technology
Adapting to Supply Chain Risk
Alternative Fuel & Power
Climate Change Management
Complex Groundwater Contamination
DoD Hexavalent Chromium Minimization Initiative
Energy Program Management
Environmental Justice
Executive Order 13514
Green Remediation
Groundwater Remediation
Life Cycle Impact Assessments
Monday Special Sessions
NREL Project Collaborations
Operational Energy
Performance-based Acquisitions
Pollution Prevention
Range Sustainment
Sustainable Design & Construction
Sustainable Management
Sustainable Manufacturing
Sustainable Remediation

Alternative Fuel & Power

The following presentations were given within the Alternative Fuel & Power Track. Click on a specific day below, or scroll to browse through each day. Click on the abstract number to view the PowerPoint presentation. If the PowerPoint was not approved for posting, the abstract submitted is linked to the abstract number.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011 PM
Wednesday, May 11, 2011 AM
Wednesday, May 11, 2011 PM
Thursday, May 12, 2011 AM

Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Waste to Energy
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 282

11646 - Energy Independence through Recycling Pyrolysis and Waste Management
Mr. Don Willis, Green USA Recycling, Inc.

12205 - Waste-to-Energy Systems for Operational or CONUS Deployments
Mr. Rich Lonardo, Defense & Energy Systems

12309 - Pyrolysis Kinetics of Municipal Solid Wastes
Mr. Henry Molintas, Naval Surface Warfare Center

12647 - Plasma Waste Gasification and Vitrification: A Decentralized Approach to Production of Energy from Waste
Ms. Gillian Holcroft, PyroGenesis Canada, Inc.

12664 - Solid Waste Gasification Using a Rotary Kiln for Forward Operating Bases
Mr. Steven Santangelo, Benet Laboratories

12752 - Biomass/Waste-to-Energy for Fixed Installation Energy Security Compliance and Remote Operating Environments
Mr. Thomas Lewis, The Louis Berger Group, Inc.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011
8:00 am - 11:30 am
Room 282

11475 - Little Green Lies: Dissecting the Hype of Renewable Fuels and Discerning What Will Really Fuel the Future
Mr. Greg Scheurich, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

12497 - The Strategic Advantages of Distributed Solar PV Systems for Microgrid Applications
Mr. John Carroll, Petra Solar, Inc.

12359 - Regenerative Solar Power Solutions for Extended Mission Endurance
Mr. John Hart, ABSL Power Solutions, Inc.

12623 - Successfully Demonstrating an Integrated Roofing and BIPV Solution for an Historic Building Renovation at the United States Air Force Academy
Mr. Fred Wellers, JBlanco Enterprises, Inc.

12637 - Ground Source Heat Pump National Comparison Case Study
Mr. Paul Stull, AMEC

12641 - Renewable Resource Case Studies
Mr. Jeff Riegle, AMEC

Wednesday, May 11, 2011
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 282

12377 - Biodiesel Paving the Way for DoD’s Renewable Future
Mr. Dave Chavez, NAVFAC Engineering Service Center

12512 - "Drop-in" ReDi JetTM and ReDi DieselTM Fuels from Renewable Oils
Mr. Steve Baxley, Applied Research Associates, Inc.

12602 - Potential Influence of Military Demand on Biofuels Supply Dynamics
Mr. K.C. Healy, Deloitte Consulting, LLC

12523 - A New Analytical Approach: Optimizing DoD Biofuel Utilization Using GIS Technology
Mr. Snapper Poche, LMI

12507 - Opportunities to Increase DoD’s Biofuel Use in Non-tactical Vehicles—Implementation of the DoD Biofuels Congressional Study
Mr. Julian Bentley, LMI

Thursday, May 12, 2011
Innovative Alternatives
8:00 am - 11:30 am
Room 282

12261 - Assessment of Space-Based Solar Power for Defense Applications
Mr. David Kerner, The Tauri Group

12436 - Early Lessons Learned from Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Hydrogen Demonstration Projects
Mr. Stu Funk, LMI

12335 - Energy Generation by Ram Pressure in Mortar and Artillery Fuses
Mr. Peter Kossebau, Helmut Schmidt University

12765 - Alternative Fuel Production by a Unique Gas Phase Reduction Process
Dr. Douglass Hallett, Natural Energy Systems, Inc.

12650 - Evaporative Chillers and Condensers in Dry Climates
Mr. Roger Wicklund, AMEC

12793 - Study of the Feasibility of a Coal-to-Liquids Plant in Interior Alaska
Ms. Kelley Hand, Battelle

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