In preparation for Operational Energy 2019, we wanted to exclusively share these past presentations with you. Below you will find expert content on:
- Power and Energy Enabling Multi-Domain Battle
- Enabling Tactical Energy Independence
- The Intersection of DoD Operational Energy Strategy and Industry Trends
- Multi-domain Battle Concept: Challenges for Army Energy
- Materiel and Non-materiel Solutions for Reducing Fuel, Water, and Waste on Expeditionary Base Camps
- Identifying and Reducing Energy Risks in US Marine Expeditionary Missions
- Reducing Energy Demands of Tactical Radios to Increase Warfighter Mobility
- Multi-domain Battle Concept: Future Battlefield Power
- Operational Energy Impact Analysis on Mission and Sustainment Effectiveness
- Navy’s Challenges and Strategies for Reducing Operational Energy Demands in Current and Future Warfighting Force
Energy is a fundamental enabler of military capability. The ability of the United States to project and sustain the power necessary for defense 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.
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This case study investigates how the Fred. Olsen wave energy conversion technology can be applied as a power source and communication platform for an autonomous underwater vehicle AUVs charging station at 1.500 feet.