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

Operational Energy 

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

Operational Energy

The following presentations were given within the Operational Energy Track. Click on a specific day below, or scroll to browse through each day. Click on the abstract number to view the 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
Thursday, May 12, 2011 PM

Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Acquisition & Technology
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 295

12196 - Understanding the Forthcoming ISO 50001 Energy Management System Standard and its Integration with an Environmental Management System
Mr. Thomas Welch, EM-Assist

12666 - Oil Displacement in the Transportation Sector by 2050—How Much is Possible?
Mr. Jonathan Ford, SRA, International

12379 - White Nail Radio Transmitter: Billion Dollar Savings through Energy Efficiency
Dr. Stuart Dickinson, Naval Undersea Warfare Center

12209 - CFD Modeling and Verification to Reduce Airflow Rates in an Aircraft Paint Hangar
Ms. Kathleen Paulson, NAVFAC ESC

12815 - Developing Army Renewable Energy Projects
Mr. Alan King, OASA(IE&E)

12442 - Alternative Fueled Fleet Impact at Fort Bragg
Mr. Charles Young, Fort Bragg

Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Planning
8:00 am - 11:30 am
Room 295

12714 - The Hidden Force Multiplier: Achieving Aviation Operations Effectiveness and Energy Efficiency through Better Planning
Mrs. Carey Burke, ICF International

12751 - A Simple Method to Estimate Energy Savings for Structural Insulated Panels Applied to Forward Operating Bases
Ms. Mina McCullom, Boeing

12831 - The Most Important Portfolio You Have is Quickly Becoming Your Energy Portfolio
Mr. Tony Mayfield, SRA International, Inc.

12832 - Making the Move from Energy to Sustainability Planning
Mr. Tony Mayfield, SRA International, Inc.

12503 - Achieving Defense Energy Security through Resilience
Mr. David Kerner, The Tauri Group

View - The Role of Wave, Tidal Current, and River Current Energy in Sustainable Energy Planning
Dr. Bob Harrington, Tetra Tech, Inc.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Expeditionary
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 295

12364 - Alternate Fuel and Power in the Forward Deployed Environment
Dr. Robert Lusardi, Marine Corps Systems Command

12225 - Marine Corps Experimental Forward Operating Base (ExFOB)
Capt Brandon Newell, USMC, USMC Expeditionary Energy Office

12228 - A Cultural Shift in Fuel Sources for Man Portable Power
Mr. Philip Hassell, SFC Energy, Inc.

12575 - Intelligent Power Controller for Microgrid Applications
Dr. Darrell D. Massie, IPERC

12476 - Sustainable Contingency Base Camp Operations and Management: Observations in Afghanistan 2011
Mr. Garth Anderson, USACE Construction Engineering Research Laboratory

12496 - Photovoltaic (PV) Power System Implementation and Demonstration at Camp Katuu, Palau
Mr. Clark Boriak, CTC

Thursday, May 12, 2011
Planning
8:00am - 11:30 am
Room 295

12360 - Energy Security and Environment at Installations: Emergent and Future Conditions Influencing Technology Innovation and Performance
Dr. James Lambert, University of Virginia

View - Valuing Energy as a Strategic Resource
Ms. Tracey Moriarty, Chief of Naval Operations Energy and Environmental Readiness Division/Task Force Energy

12281 - Lighting Control Strategies that Can Reduce Commercial Building Total Electricity Consumption by 30% or More
Dr. Ian Rowbottom, Lutron Electronics

12300 - Critical Mission Support through Energy Security; Development of an Army Energy Security Assessment Model
Mr. Scott McClucas, CTC

12271 - Leveraging Department of Defense Buffer Lands in Support of Energy Requirements
Mr. Patrick Hardy, CALIBRE

12610 - Case Study of Expeditionary, Renewable, Onsite Power and Water Purification to Enhance Security and Reliability while Reducing Environmental Impacts
Ms. Melissa Burns, WorldWater & Solar Technologies, Inc.

Thursday, May 12, 2011
Expeditionary
12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Room 295

12643 - Integrating Energy and Environmental Technologies for Advanced, Tactical Small Unit Base Camps
Ms. Amy Lagoon, U.S. Army RDECOM

12819 - Using Geography and Geographic Information Systems to Create and Operate Self Sustaining Forward Operating Bases
Mr. Terrence Martin, Esri

12814 - Energy Efficiency Cost Optimization for the U.S. Army Garrison, Kaiserslautern, Germany
Mr. David Pedersen, Parsons

12224 - Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office Strategy and Efforts in Afghanistan
Capt Brandon Newell, USMC, USMC Expeditionary Energy Office

12869 - The Use of Lightweight, Flexible, High Technology Materials to Reduce Noise, Provide Thermal Insulation and Fire Resistance to Tactical Shelters
Mr. Zane Erickson, ZAE LLC

View - Planning and Executing Projects to Meet Federal Energy and Water Reduction Mandates
Mr. Carl Rabenaldt, Parsons

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