Welcome to Operational Energy Summit
Shaping the Future of Operational Energy Strategies
Welcome to the 11th Operation Energy Summit. I am confident that you will find this conference to be an exciting opportunity to learn more about the latest trends and technologies in the operational energy industry.Our entire team is thrilled to welcome you – Warfighters, suppliers, partners and fellow energy professionals – to join us as we share who we are, what we do and how we and our industry partners can support you to achieve national, strategic and organizational energy goals.
Last year’s speaker faculty consisted of speakers from the office of Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Department of Energy, CERDEC and many more. This year you can again expect a high caliber and diversified speaker faculty and guests from every facet of the U.S. Government and Military. Conference attendees will have an incredible opportunity to learn from a 100+ top industry and military experts about the challenges we face and how, working together, we plan to forge ahead on a fast track into the expanding future. This year’s summit will cover topics including alternative energy, mobile energy, facilities, expeditionary energy, intelligent grids, reducing energy waste and modernizing current force with innovative energy efficient technologies.
GOVERNMENT AND ACTIVE MILITARY ATTEND FOR FREE
Of course, the most important tool in our arsenal is you – our partner – and the relationship we share as we pursue excellence and mission accomplishment together. I encourage you to listen, meet and share what you have to offer with conference attendees and vendors alike. If you are a potential or new Operational Energy Summit participant or partner, it is our sincere hope that your attendance at this year’s conference is the beginning of a strong and productive working relationship with us. If you are an established or longtime partner, we look forward to continuing to work collaboratively to strengthen our relationship and continue our joint success.
We look forward to seeing you at the Operational Energy Summit.
Deputy Assistant Secretary Operational Energy
U.S. Air Force
Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army, Energy and Sustainability
Assistant Secretary of the Army, IE&E
PEO CS &CSS, US Army
Director, Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O)
United States Marine Corps
Director, Operational Energy, ASA Installations, Energy , and Environment
Installation, Energy and Environment, U.S. Army
Senior Military Analyst, Energy Office U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM)
Product Manager for Handheld, Manpack and Small Form Fit
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, U.S. Navy
Manager, Energy Systems Optimization and Control Group
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), US Department of Energy
Small Expeditionary Power Systems, PEO CS&CSS US Army
Top Reasons to Attend
Review the 2016 Operational Energy Strategy and Analyze the progress made
Determine New Priorities for the Future Development and Acquisition of Energy Resources
Discuss Operational Energy Initiatives with foremost Providers of Tactical Power Solutions
Hear first hand about the Future of Energy Policies of all the Military Services
Learn about Upcoming Requirements and Initiatives for Military Expeditionary Energy Programs
“Very informative with good presentations and clear definition of today’s situation and future vision. Good questions/discussions.”
Download Breakthroughs in Energy-Storage Technology
At ARPA-E there have been several breakthroughs in energy-storage technology that could transform the electrical grid. We spoke with the Senior Commercialization Advisor, Ryan Umstattd, PhD, about this, and the future of energy-storage as well as how current projects and new technologies could be implemented into the military.