The military is serious about renewable energy. So much so, that the Department of Defense could be spending $10 billion per year on renewables by 2030.
In one of the latest examples of the military’s commitments to renewable energy, the Navy recently awarded a $3.8 million contract to FuelCell Energy to develop power systems for unmanned underwater vehicles.
The Military Mobile Power Summit is assembling the most respected minds in alternative energy and mobile, tactical power from batteries to smart grids. Confirmed speakers include:
Deputy Under Secretary of Defense
Installations and Environment
COL Paul E. Roege
Chief, Operational Energy Office
DCS G4, U.S. Army
COL Bruce B. McPeak
Director of Materiel Systems
Combined Arms Support Command
Michael A. Gallagher
Expeditionary Power Systems
Marine Corps Systems Command
Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Technologies Program
U.S. Department Of Energy