Topics to be covered at the 2022 Summit:
- Leading US Army Operational Energy Efforts through responsive Contingency-Based Solutions
- Advancing Transformational Energy Research and Development to Enable Cutting-Edge Technology Solutions
- Achieving DoN Energy Goals by Reducing Energy Consumption and Increasing Operational Reach of Weapons Systems
- Providing Better, Faster, Cost Effective Public Works in Support of Naval Commands
- Delivering Civil Engineer Expertise to Strengthen Air Force Installations and Enhance Combat Power
- Accelerating Collaborative Research in Advanced Battery Materials and Technologies
- Optimizing USMC Expeditionary Capabilities across Warfighting Functions
- Developments in extreme batteries, micro nuclear reactors, fuel cells, and bioenergy
- Improving Efficiencies and Resilience through On-Site Generation and Achieving Black Start Capabilities in Support of Joint Service Efforts
At Our Summit You Have the Ability To:
Gain Education & Insight: Walk away with knowledge gained from our senior level speakers on some of the most complex issues facing the DoD and Federal Government as it relates to power and energy.
Build Partnerships: The agenda is designed to allow for ample networking opportunities and the ability to discover some of the latest operational energy priorities of interest to the DoD and Federal Government.
Influence: Help foster ideas. Share your own insight and knowledge during our interactive sessions. Our town hall format is your opportunity to address our speakers with questions or comments on the current mission.
Exhibit and Sponsorship Information:
The 2022 DoD Energy and Power Summit provides opportunities including tabletop exhibits, speaking roles, Tech Talk product demonstrations, and networking receptions.
Download the 2022 Sponsorship Prospectus Here
Participating Organizations at Past Summits:
ABB Inc., Airbus Defence and Space, Aerotek, AFRL, Alban CAT, Allegheny Science & Technology, ARA, USSOCOM, Ardica, Argonne National Lab, Army Research Laboratory, Bionic Power, DEVCOM, Cummins Power Generation, DHS - U.S. Coast Guard, Office of Emergency Management, Dist. Of Columbia, Dept Energy & Environment, DLA-SPPD, Dynetics, Expeditionary & Developmental Power & Energy Branch, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Fairlead Integrated, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association, George Washington University, Go Electric Inc., High Impact Technology, LLC, IAP Worldwide Services, Institute for Defense Analyses, KeyLogic, LexTM3, LPP Combustion, LLC, Military Sealift Command, Moog, NGA, Nishati, Inc., NOVA Power Solutions, Inc., NSWC Carderock,, OASA (IE&E), OPNAV45, PEO AVN, Raytheon, RPA-E, Sandia National Laboratories, Sechan Electronics, Siemens, Sierra Nevada Corporation, SNC, Spark Thermionics, Inc., The MITRE Corporation, TwoPointEnergy, LLC, UEC Electronics, Universal Technology Corporations/AFCEC, US Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, US Department of Justice