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									Innovation, Efficiency &
Partnerships in Energy
Mr. Alan D. King
Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations,
  Energy & Environment


                                      15 February 2011
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          Quadrennial Defense Review February 2010


                                 Energy Security – “assured access to reliable supplies
                                   of energy and the ability to protect and deliver
                                   sufficient energy to meet operational needs” – pg 87
                                         DoD will
                                           – promote investments in energy efficiency
                                           – ensure that critical installations are adequately
                                              prepared for prolonged outages caused by
                                              natural disasters, accidents, or attacks
                                         Balance energy production and transmission to
                                          preserve test and training ranges and operating areas
                                          needed to maintain readiness

                                 “Energy efficiency can serve as a force multiplier, because
                                    it increases the range and endurance of forces in the field
                                    and can reduce the number of combat forces diverted to
                                    protect energy supply lines…” – pg 87


  QDR energy security discussion is consistent with Army approach and priorities

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         IE&E New Name - Focused Mission
                   Installations, Energy and the Environment
  Updated name incorporates „energy‟ to emphasize the
   growing importance of energy security and sustainability
   within the Army
  Aligns the Army to carry out priorities set by President
   Obama
  Maintains ongoing focus on Army installations and the
   environment

                  ASA(IE&E) Mission Statement
  “ASA (IE&E) provides strategic direction for Army
   installations and facilities in all matters relating to
   infrastructure, energy and the environment, to support
   global Army missions in a cost effective, safe, and
   sustainable manner .”
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                                 Army Energy Goals


  Net Zero Installations

  Leveraging Public/Private Authorities

  Reduce Operational Energy in base camps




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Net Zero Hierarchy
           A Net Zero ENERGY Installation is an
            installation that produces as much energy on
            site as it uses, over the course of a year.

           A Net Zero WATER Installation limits the
            consumption of freshwater resources and
            returns water back to the same watershed so
            not to deplete the groundwater and surface
            water resources of that region in quantity or
            quality.

           A Net Zero WASTE Installation is an installation
            that reduces, reuses, and recovers waste
            streams, converting them to resource values
            with zero landfill.

           A Net ZERO Installation is one which applies
            an integrated approach to management of
            energy, water, and waste to capture and
            commercialize the resource value and/or
            enhance the ecological productivity of land,
            water, and air.
                   Leveraging Private Investments

   Leveraging private sector investments is a strategy to
   advance efficiencies in an era of constrained resources.
   Authorities from Congress (underutilized):
      Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC) – Implementation and financing of
       energy efficiency projects out of energy cost savings
      Enhanced Use Lease (EUL) – Use of non-excess Army land exchanged for In-kind
       SRM projects
      Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) – Energy projects installed on installations at
       no-cost in exchange for long term agreements to purchase renewable energy
      Utility Energy Service Contracts (UESC) – Service contract with utility provider


   Other Authorities (well utilized):
       Residential Community Initiative (RCI) – privatized housing
       Privatized Army Lodging (PAL)
       Utility Privatization (UP)



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          Accelerating Technologies for Theater

                  Challenges
Fuel & water comprise            …and 1 casualty occurs
   70-80% of ground              for 24 ground resupply          Potential Solutions
 resupply by weight…                 convoys in OEF       Smart and Green Energy (SAGE) for Base Camps

                                                                                 • Smart Micro-grids
                                                                                 • Renewable Energy
                                                                                 • Purpose-built Shelters
                                                                                 • Efficient Generators
                                                                                 • Onsite Water

       Piloting Solutions in                                                     Portable
                                                                                   Solar
                                                                                  Power
            Permanent                                           Water Reuse
           Installations                                                                Spray
                                                                                        Foamed
                                                                                        Tents
        Increase Efficiency
       Demand Management
        Diversifying Supply
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           Integrated Energy Security & Sustainability
                          Governance


                                                Combined Army Senior
                   Energy and Sustainability     Energy Council (SEC) and
                                                 Army Sustainability Council
                                                 (ASC) to form the Senior
                                                 Energy and Sustainability
                                                 Council (SESC)

                                                Institutionalize AESIS and
                                                 ASCP

                                                Develop and track key
           Army Sustainability                   energy and sustainability
             Campaign Plan
                                                 metrics

                                                   Incorporate into Army Core
                                                   Enterprise




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          Energy & Sustainability – Recent Policies

 Utilization of Efficient Lighting Policy (Oct 2010)
      The Army will phase out purchases of incandescent light bulbs
      Implements Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007 efficiency
       standards for manufacturers to improve the performance of lamps intended for
       general service applications

 Sustainable Design & Development Policy (updated Oct 2010)
      Policy update addresses the Army approach to the design and development of
       efficient military construction projects and major renovations by incorporating
       guidance in ASHRAE 189.1 as the baseline standard.

 Building Efficiency Tax Deduction Policy (Dec 2010)
      Policy will assist Army contractors to validate and obtain tax incentives and
       deduction for costs of installing certain energy efficient systems in
       government buildings
         Contractors can qualify for tax deductions of up to $1.80 per square foot.
         Building envelope, HVAC and Hot Water Systems, and lighting can each
           qualify for 1/3 of the deduction
      The tax incentives were authorized in the 2005 Energy Policy Act and enacted
       as IRC Section 179D


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                  U.S. Army Energy Consumption, 2009

     United States                               Federal Government                             Department of Defense




                                    Federal                                               DoD                                         Army
                                    Gov 1%                                                80%                                         21%




                                                                           25%
                         35%                                                                                                 42%
        65%                                                 75%                                              58%


   Facilities                                        U.S. = 94,578 Trillion Btu                          DoD = 880 Trillion Btu
   Vehicles & Equipment                              Fed Gov = 1,096 Trillion Btu                        U.S. Army = 190 Trillion Btu
    (Tactical and Non-tactical)
Sources: Energy Information Agency, 2009 Annual Energy Review; Agency Annual Energy Management Data Reports submitted to DOE's Federal Energy Management
Program (Preliminary FY 2009)
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               Installation Energy Program
 Engaged Army Leadership
    Charter a comprehensive Senior Energy & Sustainability Council
      (SESC)
    AUSA Senior Army Leadership Panel: Energy & Sustainability
 Change Army Culture:
    ASA (IE&E) Policies:
        Utilization of Efficient Lighting Policy (Oct 2010)
        Sustainable Design & Development Policy (updated Oct 2010)
        Building Efficiency Tax Deduction Policy (Dec 2010)
    Army energy billing at privatized housing and mock billing for
      Brigade Combat Teams now allows the Army to better track energy
      costs
    Spread the word: Soldier Magazine, Jan 2011 has 8 articles on
      efficient & renewable energy
 Professionalism & Training
    Each installation implements a requirement for a trained, dedicated
      energy manager on-staff
    Annual Army Energy Manager Training Workshops
                  Renewable Energy Project Potential

 The Army prioritizes CONUS installations for Renewable
Energy Development based on:
        Resource potential                    Army Installations 158
        State regulations                     Land Acreage       13,506,291
                                               Buildings            1+ Bsf
        Federal and State incentives
        Payback periods and levelized cost of electricity
        Regulatory considerations

 Through existing authorities the Army will leverage private
investment to install renewable energy
        ESPC
        EUL                              The Army currently receives 2% of its
                                          electricity from renewable sources*
        PPA                              *Does not include renewable thermal energy

        UESC


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                            Example Energy Security Projects

                                                                                  BLACK: Existing System
                                                                                  BLUE: Planned Project
                                                                                  RED: Development or Testing Project


                                                                                                                   Fort Drum, NY
                                                                                                                    (Solar Wall)

Hawthorne Army Depot, NV             Tooele AD, UT
   (Geothermal Power)                (Wind Power)
                                                                                            Fort Knox, KY
                                                                                      (Ground Source Heat Pumps,
            Fort Irwin, CA                            Fort Carson, CO                         Shale Gas)
            (Solar Power)                              (Solar PV Array)                                         Fort Bragg, NC
                                                                                                               (LEED Platinum)
                                                                           Fort Sill, OK
                                                                      (Micro-grid Field Demo)
                                                                                              Fort Jackson, SC
                                                      Fort Bliss, TX
                                                                                                 (Fuel Cells)
               Fort Huachuca, AZ                 (Geothermal Well Tests)
                  (Rooftop PV)

                    Renewable Energy
              2010 Summary
    TOTAL PROJECTS – 126
     194,643 MWh of renewable generation in FY2010
     Source 2010 Army Energy Management Report


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                                  Conclusion



  Without ENERGY the Army stands
   still, silent and cold…….




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 • http://www.asaie.army.mil/Public/IE/ - ASA (IE&E) Website
    – Army Policies
    – Net Zero Information

 • http://www.asaie.army.mil/Public/Partnerships/EnergySecurity
   / DASA (E&S) Website
    – Army Energy Security Implementation Strategy

 • http://aec.army.mil/usaec/sustainability/campaign-
   plan_2010.pdf
    – Army Sustainability campaign plan


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