This session will focus on the LG Nugee’s inquiry for the UK Ministry of Defense into the entirety of the UK's climate change policy, which focuses on ambitious targets for reducing the MoD Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S)'s net emissions to zero by 2050. The review is meant to push the MoD to lead the entire British economy into adopting more sustainable energy sources, and will also serve as a roadmap for other countries with large militaries with plans to diversify their energy sources.
The UK's vehicle electrification program is the start of a major move from using petroleum-based fuels to renewables taking place across the MoD. This session will look into the challenges and road ahead for the transition to hybrid and electrified vehicles for the UK and what it means for other NATO members as they continue to look into more renewable, sustainable and resilient energy sources for operational energy.
The NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence delivers official reports and recommendations to all constituent NATO countries on both operational and installation energy. This session will focus on the establishment of standards for hybrid electric power generation at forward operating bases, as well as official recommendations for NATO countries.
Delivering effective, resilient and sustainable power to soldiers is a major challenge for the Army. This session will dive into how the Army Futures Command are approaching the project by harnessing the latest developments in lithium ion battery technology for operational energy needs in the field.
The Navy has distinct priorities for maintaining assured energy whenever and wherever it is required to enable mission accomplishment, especially across the Navy’s fleet and shore installations globally. This session will look into how the Navy is driving energy leadership within the soldier power and installation power sectors.
This session will focus on the ways that the US Army is leading the way in installation energy resiliency to better serve bases at home and abroad. This session will dive into the acquisitions and privatization of utility resources for the Energy Resilience and Conservation Investment Program (ERCIP) program, which funds projects that save energy, reduce DOD’s energy costs, improve energy resilience and contribute to mission assurance.