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Power Reliability and Energy Security

Power Reliability and Energy Security

Don Juhasz, P.E. CEM Energy Resource Mgmt at the Defense Logistics Agency, presents on full spectrum global support, scope of DLA customer support. Also addressing concerns for power reliability and energy security to reduce exposure to terrorist activities, and enhancing the supply chain to improve energy efficiency.

Utilizing Smart Micro-Grids to Streamline Energy Production, Distribution, and Usage

Utilizing Smart Micro-Grids to Streamline Energy Production, Distribution, and Usage

Dr. Ashok Kumar & Tom Bozada, both Project Managers at the US Army Engineer R&D Center (ERDC), discuss the working definition for tactical microgrid, Advanced Medium Mobile Power Sources (AMMPS), and results after 60 days of implementing the AMMPS, the Tactical Microgrid Standards Consortium (TMSC), creating interoperability between devices, and more! If you would like to receive this via email, just drop us a note and we will send it over right away.

Attendee List

Attendee List

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Future Energy Concerns and Solutions - Interview with Don Juhasz

Future Energy Concerns and Solutions - Interview with Don Juhasz

This exclusive interview with Don Juhasz, Director, Director Energy Resource Management, Defense Logistics Agency, previews his speaking session at the upcoming Tactical Power Summit and will uncover; Some of the energy solution challenges facing the DoD and other government agencies, programs that will help reduce the energy intensity for the DLA, tactical power technology. If you would like this sent right to you inbox, email us today and we will send it right over.

Saving Lives through the Logistics of Energy Supply

Saving Lives through the Logistics of Energy Supply

DLA's mission is to support the services with the energy products necessary to conduct their missions whether training or combat. Many renewable and fuel alternatives are being implemented where possible to reduce the energy intensity baseline, but there are instances where a higher cost is paid to ensure the safety of our soldiers. Don Juhasz of the Defense Logistics Agency explains…  If you would like to have this sent right to your inbox, email us today.

Operational Energy Current Attendee Snapshot

Operational Energy Current Attendee Snapshot

Get a better understanding of the experts and industry professionals who are set to join us at this year's event by downloading the sneak peek of the current attendees.
When the Tooth Forgets the Tail: Integrating Operational Energy Implications into System-Level Combat Effects Modeling

When the Tooth Forgets the Tail: Integrating Operational Energy Implications into System-Level Combat Effects Modeling

Endy M. Daehner, PhD, Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation presented on: Reconciling current energy guidance and future requirements is challenging. Rand corporation discusses their research on developing a methodology for a system-level assessment of the impact of operational energy (focusing on fuel needs) on combat and logistics effectiveness, as well as well applying the methodology to assess impact of operational energy on the Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) 2020. If you would like it sent right to your inbox, just email us today.

United States Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Program

United States Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Program

Col Brian Magnuson, Director, Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O), USMC Presents on Energy sources for remote operations to enhance endurance, the effective Use of operational energy resources as well as sustaining expeditionary forces. If you would like to receive this in your inbox, email us today.

Tipping the Balance of Power Forward

Tipping the Balance of Power Forward

Mr. John Howell, Product Director, Soldier Systems & Integration (SS&I), PEO Soldier, discusses Modular power management systems, power demand growth at the platoon level, as well as the evolution of soldier power, and much more in his 2016 presentation. If you would like this sent right to your inbox, please email us today.

Reducing Sustainment Demands

Reducing Sustainment Demands

Chris Bolton, Lead Engineer and Technology Management Division Chief PM Expeditionary Energy & Sustainment Systems, PEO CS & CSS presents information on providing integrated, scalable and affordable expeditionary energy as well as reducing energy constraints on the warfighter. Read more about integrating tactical power wolutions to the forces here.

Operational Energy Summit 2018 Current Attendee Snapshot

Operational Energy Summit 2018 Current Attendee Snapshot

Who has signed up to attend the 2018 Operational Energy Summit? Great Question! Download our Current Attendee Snapshot today! If you want it sent directly to your email, just email idga@idga.org and we will send it right over!

Operational Energy In Action Volume 1

Operational Energy In Action Volume 1

Energy is a fundamental enabler of military capability. The ability of the United States to project and sustain the power necessary for defence depends on the assured delivery of this energy. It must be available at home and abroad, across air, land and sea, often through adverse weather and against determined adversaries. The Operational Energy Team has put together a two volume report on the Operational Energy Budget, as well as updated strategies, changes and challenges, a summary of the military's objectives and goals. Take a look at volume one here.

Operational Energy in Action Volume Two - Implementing the Operational Energy Budget

Operational Energy in Action Volume Two - Implementing the Operational Energy Budget

The Operational Energy Team has put together a two volume report on the Operational Energy Budget, as well as updated strategies, changes and challenges, a summary of the military's objectives and goals. Take a look at volume two here.
Operational Energy in Action Full report

Operational Energy in Action Full report

Energy is a fundamental enabler of military capability. The ability of the United States to project and sustain the power necessary for defence depends on the assured delivery of this energy. It must be available at home and abroad, across air, land and sea, often through adverse weather and against determined adversaries. The Operational Energy Team has put together a two volume report on the Operational Energy Budget, as well as updated strategies, changes and challenges, a summary of the military's objectives and goals