Solutions for Reducing Installation Carbon Emissions
DoD spends nearly $3.5 billion annually to power, heat, and cool approximately 300,000 buildings hosted on installations around the globe. This technical session looked at the opportunities across the installation to offer cost-effective solutions to reduce carbon emissions. Presentations from ongoing ESTCP demonstrations focused on innovative improvements to HVAC systems and a new project evaluating the potential to electrify mission support equipment. Speakers also discussed geothermal systems and examples of campus-wide electrification strategies.
|Session Chair: Mr. David Asiello, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Environment & Energy Resilience)|
|Session Introduction||Mr. David Asiello, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Environment & Energy Resilience)|
|Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Environment & Energy Resilience) Policies and Strategies||Mr. Mike McGhee, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Environment & Energy Resilience)|
|Reducing Energy and Water Usage for Cooling at DoD Facilities with the Sky||Dr. Eli Goldstein, SkyCool Systems, Inc.|
|Building Electrification||Mr. Brett Bridgeland, Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI)|
|Electrifying Flightline Mission Support Equipment||Lt Col, Retired Thomas Layne, AFRL|
|Advanced DX HVAC Technology Demonstrations||Dr. Michael West, Advantek Consulting Engineering, Inc. (ACE)|
|Geothermal Technologies Office||Dr. Susan Hamm, Geothermal Technologies Office, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)|
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