An energy and water plan provide a roadmap for supporting facilities in achieving increased security, resilience, readiness, sustainability, and mission assurance, and is a “living” planning tool to reduce the energy and water by proper management planning. This training session will host a detailed conversation of the planning, survey, and audit process within the energy and water conservation process at federal facilities. The session will discuss approaches to identifying “what you know and what you don’t know,” and integrating higher-level strategic guidance, plans, and policies with installation and facility-level data into a holistic and actionable roadmap.
Kendall Kam, Program Manager for both the Treasure Hunt and 50001 Ready Programs, DOE: Department of Energy - Federal Energy Management Program
Franklin Holcomb, Senior Researcher, DOD: Department of Defense - Army
Brenda Phillips, President, Sain Engineering Associates, Inc
Stephen Reese, Manager, Geothermal Energy and Subsurface Systems Group, Idaho National Laboratory
Jeff Szabo, Senior Researcher, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Upon completion of this session attendees will:
- Identify existing and emergent technologies that are currently in use to drive energy and water efficiency Operational Practices for implementing Technologies;
- Recognize how to approach Federal facility decarbonization;
- Identify the research update to safely monitor Water Quality;
- Identify the concept of Sustainability; and
- Recognize the concept of Water Efficiency.