CECD Hosts DOD – DOE Operational Energy Needs and Capabilities Workshop
College Park, MD, June 23, 2010
On June 23, 2010, CECD in collaboration with the Maryland Energy Research Center (UMERC) hosted a DOD-DOE workshop on operational energy needs and capabilities. The purpose of this meeting was to explore DOD's critical, mission-driven energy needs and DOE's capabilities and potential to address those needs.
Representatives from each of the Services presented their operational energy contexts and discussed some of their specific problems. Important points were the large scale of DOD operational energy use, and the diversity of end use technology applications and requirements, leading to the need to develop systems approaches to the identified problems.
Dr. James Short, Professor James Short, University of Maryland, Mechanical Engineering
Acting Deputy Director, Operational Energy Plans and Programs< Office of the Secretary of Defense
Context for Energy
Tom Morehouse, US Air Force, SAF/IEE Energy Program Management Office
DOE/DoD Operational Energy Needs and Capabilities
Don Erbschloe, Chief Scientist, US Air Force, Air Mobility Command
The Adaptive Brigade: Building a Highly Sustainable Ground Force
COL Paul E. Roege, Army Capability Integration Center
DOD & DOE Operational Energy Workshop
Dr. John Pazik, Office of Naval Research
A Warfighter’s Perspective on Strategic, Operational, and Tactical Imperatives
CDR Esther McClure, Office of the Secretary of Defense