2022 DoD Energy & Power Summit to Discuss about Sustainable Energy Practices

2022 DoD Energy & Power Summit to Discuss about Sustainable Energy Practices

The 4th Annual DoD Energy & Power Summit is only two weeks away from its commencement(6 to 7 July 2022). The 2022 DoD Energy & Power Summit features 19 presentations and discussions with 24 senior leaders from across DoD, federal government, industry, and academia, and more than 4 hours of dedicated networking time. Speakers at this year's summit will discuss DoD and federal government efforts to power the future force through resilient, efficient, and sustainable energy.

Day One Speakers & Sessions

  • 'Achieving DoN Energy Goals by Reducing Energy Consumption and Increasing Operational Reach of Weapons Systems' by James Caley, Director of Operational Energy, Department of the Navy
  • 'Enhancing and Modernizing Army Installation Energy Resiliency' by LTG Jason T. Evans, USA Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9 (Installations), US Army
  • 'Accelerating Air Force Operational Energy Efficiency to Improve Sustainment and Meet 21st Century Energy Goals' by Roberto Guerrero, SES Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Operational Energy, USAF
  • 'Advancing Transformational Energy Research and Development to Enable Cutting-Edge Technology Solutions' by Dr. Jennifer Gerbi Acting Director, Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)
  • 'Providing Better, Faster, Cost-Effective Public Works in Support of Naval Commands' by Peter Lynch, SES Assistant Commander for Public Works, Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC)
  • 'Leveraging Commercial Advancements to Strengthen Installation Resilience and Enhance Operational Energy Capabilities' by Ben Richardson Director, Energy Portfolio DIU
  • 'Accelerating Collaborative Research in Advanced Battery Materials and Technologies' by Dr. James Short, Program Administrator CREB, UMD
  • 'Delivering Civil Engineer Expertise to Strengthen Air Force Installations and Enhance Combat Power' by Kirk Phillips Director, Office of Energy Assurance Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCEC)

 Day Two Speakers & Sessions

  • 'Leading US Army Operational Energy Efforts through responsive Contingency-Based Solutions' by COL Kathy Brown, PM Expeditionary Energy & Sustainment Systems, PEO CS&CSS
  • 'Advancing Naval Power and Energy Systems through Research and Technology' by Joseph Borraccini, Program Officer, Code 331 (Electric Power Components and Systems) Office of Navy Research
  • 'Predicting Energy Resource Needs to Improve Efficiency and Reach US Energy Goals' by Dr. Paul Stackhouse, Program Lead Prediction of Worldwide Energy Resources (POWER) Project, NASA
  • 'Achieving Tactical Power Goals through Federal Research Initiatives and Industry Partnerships' by Dr. Mike Kweon, Program Manager, Versatile Tactical Power, and Propulsion (VICTOR), Army Research Laboratory
  • 'Strengthening the Resilience of Defense Critical Electric Infrastructure' by Michael P. Coe, Program Manager, Defense Critical Electric Infrastructure (DCEI) Department of Energy
  • 'Optimizing USMC Expeditionary Capabilities across Warfighting Functions' by Reginald Thomas, Deputy Director, Branch Head, Logistics Combat Element (LCE) Division Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O) HQMC, USMC

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