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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2013. Energy Reduction at U.S. Air Force Facilities Using Industrial Processes: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18281.
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Appendix C

Workshop Participants

Energy Reduction at U.S. Air Force Facilities Using Industrial Processes: A Workshop

November 5-7, 2012

The Keck Center of the National Academies

Room 110

500 Fifth Street, NW

Washington, DC 20001

COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Lt Gen (ret) Kenneth E. Eickmann, Chair

Robert E. Hebner, Jr.

Thom J. Hodgson

Gwen P. Holdmann

MG (ret) Carroll N. LeTellier

James B. Porter, Jr.

RADM Scott E. Sanders

NRC STAFF

Terry Jaggers, AFSB Director

Carter Ford, Program Officer

Gregory Eyring, Rapporteur

Dionna Ali, Senior Program Assistant

Marguerite Schneider, Administrative Coordinator

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2013. Energy Reduction at U.S. Air Force Facilities Using Industrial Processes: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18281.
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SPEAKERS

Kevin Geiss

Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Energy
Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for
Installations, Environment and Logistics

Paul Bollinger

Director
Boeing Energy

John Dwyer (via VTC)

Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics (G4)

Army Materiel Command

Robert Gemmer

Technology Manager
U.S. Department of Energy

Thomas Hicks

Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Navy for Energy

Al Hildreth

Company Energy Manager
General Motors

Col Gregory Ottoman

Chief, Environment and Energy Division
Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics,
Installations, and Mission Support

Kirk Rutland

Technical Director, Test Sustainment Division
Arnold Engineering and Development Complex

Sandrine Schultz

Energy Program Manager
Commander, Navy Installations Command

Joseph Sikes

Director of Facilities Energy Privatization
Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense
for Installations and Environment

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2013. Energy Reduction at U.S. Air Force Facilities Using Industrial Processes: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18281.
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Cameron Stanley

Support Contractor
AFRL/RXS-APTO

Timothy Unruh

Program Manager, Federal Energy Management Program
Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
U.S. Department of Energy

Kenneth Walters

Chief, Measurement and Analysis Division
Air Force Civil Engineer Center - Energy
Air Force Materiel Command

Roger Weir

Energy Manager
ATK Aerospace Systems

Col Douglas Wise

Chief, CE Operations and Readiness Division
HQ AFMC/A70

Col Stephen Wood

Vice Commander
Air Force Sustainment Center
Air Force Materiel Command

GUESTS

Ron Descheneaux

Senior Energy Analyst
Air Force

Fred Eng

Chief, Energy Branch
Air Force

David Fort

Energy Manager
HQ AFMC/A70S

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2013. Energy Reduction at U.S. Air Force Facilities Using Industrial Processes: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18281.
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Julie Fowler

Facility Engineer
USAF AFMC 76th Propulsion Maintenance Group

Darrin Kayser

Lead Associate
SAF/IEN (Booz Allen Hamilton)

Dan Mitchell

Energy Manager
U.S. Air Force

Theresa Norris

Test Support Division
Arnold Engineering and Development Complex
Air Force Materiel Command

Elisa Shyu

Senior Consultant
SAF/IEN (Booz Allen Hamilton)

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2013. Energy Reduction at U.S. Air Force Facilities Using Industrial Processes: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18281.
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The Department of Defense (DoD) is the largest consumer of energy in the federal government. In turn, the U.S. Air Force is the largest consumer of energy in the DoD, with a total annual energy expenditure of around $10 billion. Approximately 84 percent of Air Force energy use involves liquid fuel consumed in aviation whereas approximately 12 percent is energy (primarily electricity) used in facilities on the ground. This workshop was concerned primarily with opportunities to reduce energy consumption within Air Force facilities that employ energy intensive industrial processes—for example, assembly/disassembly, painting, metal working, and operation of radar facilities—such as those that occur in the maintenance depots and testing facilities. Air Force efforts to reduce energy consumption are driven largely by external goals and mandates derived from Congressional legislation and executive orders. To date, these goals and mandates have targeted the energy used at the building or facility level rather than in specific industrial processes.

In response to a request from the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Energy and the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Science, Technology, and Engineering, the National Research Council, under the auspices of the Air Force Studies Board, formed the Committee on Energy Reduction at U.S. Air Force Facilities Using Industrial Processes: A Workshop. The terms of reference called for a committee to plan and convene one 3 day public workshop to discuss: (1) what are the current industrial processes that are least efficient and most cost ineffective? (2) what are best practices in comparable facilities for comparable processes to achieve energy efficiency? (3) what are the potential applications for the best practices to be found in comparable facilities for comparable processes to achieve energy efficiency? (4) what are constraints and considerations that might limit applicability to Air Force facilities and processes over the next ten year implementation time frame? (5) what are the costs and paybacks from implementation of the best practices? (6) what will be a proposed resulting scheme of priorities for study and implementation of the identified best practices? (7) what does a holistic representation of energy and water consumption look like within operations and maintenance?

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