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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