HALE KOA HOTEL, HONOLULU, HI, 19-20 JULY, 2017

PROGRAM

 
 

Wednesday July 19, 2017


DuRussey Hall Foyer, Level 2
0730

Registration and Coffee


DuRussey Hall
0830

Joint APRISE, DETC, Resilient Microgrid Design Summit Keynotes

Bernice Glenn, Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, NSTXL (chair)
Steve McCain, Director of Defense Policy Practice, K&L Gates (chair)
Brigadier General Evan Miller, Director for Logistics, Engineering and Security Cooperation, U.S. PACOM
Alan Yamamoto, State Director, Office of Senator Mazie Hirono, State of Hawaii, Office of Senator Mazie Hirono, State of Hawaii, U.S. Congress
Robert Hughes, Director, Office of Energy Assurance, U.S. Air Force
James (Jim) Caley, Director, Operational Energy, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Energy), U.S. Navy
Ron Cox, Senior Vice President, Operations, Hawaiian Electric Company

DuRussey Hall Foyer, Level 2
1015

Coffee Break & NetworkingSponsored by:


DuRussey Hall
1100

APRISE Panel Session I: Power Purchase Agreements and Energy Security

Discuss the influence of the third-party finance space on energy security and resiliency--maximizing industry participation and minimizing appropriations.

Jennifer Rocha, Executive Director, Innovation Programs, TechConnect (moderator)
Paul Robinson, Chief, Energy Division, US Army Corps of Engineers
Robert Hughes, Office of Energy Assurance, U.S. Air Force
Mark Handley, Senior Vice President, National Governments, AECOM

Laulima
1100

Opening Remarks: Sandia and EPRI Secure & Resilient Microgrid Design Summit

Alan Nanco, Manager, Military and Energy Systems Analysis,
Rick Langley, Program Manager, Critical Power, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

Laulima
1130

Overview of EPRI R&D: Microgrids

Arindam Maitra, Senior Project Manager, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

DuRussey Hall
1200

Lunch & Networking


DuRussey Hall
1315

Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) I: Power Generation

The Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) is designed to accelerate private-sector and defense-sourced technology solutions aligned with warfighter and national security problem-sets.

Review Panelists
Ross Roley, Opening Remarks: DETC Challenge Overview and Success Story Highlights (chair), U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM)
Robert Hughes, Office of Energy Assurance, U.S. Air Force
James (Jim) Caley, Director, Operational Energy, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Energy), U.S. Navy
Richard Trundy, Senior Experimentation Support Specialist, U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM)
Christopher Floro, Director, Public Works Business Line, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific
Denise Faldowski, Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management, U.S. Army
Presenters
An inverter with the efficiency of over 100%, Foundation for the Advancement of Enviromental Energy

Laulima
1315

Panel Session: DOE Labs Perspectives on Microgrid Design and R&D Needs

Martha Symko-Davies (Chair), Laboratory Program Manager, Energy Systems Integration, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Abraham Ellis, Manager, Photovoltaic & Distributed Systems Integration, Sandia National Laboratories
Kim Fowler, Research Engineer, Energy & Environment Directorate, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Rob Hovsapian, Research Scientist, Idaho National Laboratory
Murali Baggu, Group Manager, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

DuRussey Hall Foyer, Level 2
1415

Coffee BreakSponsored by:


Laulima
1430

Operational Energy Needs for Microgrid Design and R&D – Perspectives from: Navy, Marines, USAF, Army and OSD

Alan Nanco (Chair), Manager, Military and Energy Systems Analysis, Sandia National Laboratories
James (Jim) Caley, Director of Operational Energy, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Energy, U.S. Navy
Colonel Brian Magnuson, Director, Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O), U.S. Marine Corps
TBA, Operational Energy, U.S. Air Force
Richard Trundy, Senior Experimentation Support Specialist, U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM)

DuRussey Hall
1430

Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) II: Battlefield, Buildings, and Bases

The Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) is designed to accelerate private-sector and defense-sourced technology solutions aligned with warfighter and national security problem-sets.

Review Panelists
Steve McCain (chair), Director of Defense Policy Practice, K&L Gates
G. Nagesh Rao, Eisenhower Fellow & AAAS-Lemelson Invention Ambassador Board Member, Eisenhower Fellowship
Tarik Sultan, Partner, Sultan Ventures
Mark Handley, Senior Vice President, National Governments, AECOM
Kawakahi Amina, Operational Manager, Logistics, Plans and Exercise, PACOM
Edie Evans, Public Works Energy Program Manager, NAVFAC
Presenters
Unmanned Aircraft Systems - Silent Falcon UAS, Silent Falcon UAS Technologies

DuRussey Hall
1530

APRISE Panel Session II: Funding Innovations for the Military & National Security

So you have a great technological idea that could be useful for American Military and Intelligence communities, but you are not sure how to get R&D funded. This panel will explore issues, best practices, and access to resources, market opportunities, and capital for funding your high tech R&D needs.

G. Nagesh Rao, Eisenhower Fellow & AAAS-Lemelson Invention Ambassador Board Member, Eisenhower Fellowship
Tarik Sultan, Partner, Sultan Ventures
Curt Wexel, Utilities Privatization Program Manager, U.S. Army Headquarters, ACSIM-ODF
Ken Cheung, Science & Technology Director, Oceanit
Bernice Glenn, Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, NSTXL

Laulima
1530

Installation Energy Needs for Microgrid Design and R&D – Perspectives from: OSD, Army, USAF, Navy/Marines

Abraham Ellis, Principal Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories (chair)
Robert Hughes, Director, Office of Energy Assurance, U.S. Air Force
Tarek Abdallah, COE ERDC, U.S. Army
Bill Anderson, Director, Utilities Engineering & Management, NAVFAC EXWC

Waikiki Ballroom
1630-1830

Innovation Showcase Hall & Pau Hana


Thursday July 20, 2017


DuRussey Hall Foyer, Level 2
0800

Registration and Coffee


DuRussey Hall
0900

APRISE, DETC Keynotes

Jennifer Rocha, Executive Director, Programs, TechConnect (chair)
Ross Roley, U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM) (chair)
Captain Michelle La Duca, ‎Vice Commander, NAVFAC Pacific
Colonel Brian Magnuson, Director, Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O), U.S. Marine Corps
Roger Garay, Defense Technical Information Center - DTIC, U.S. Department of Defense
Steve McCain, Director of Defense Policy Practice, K&L Gates

Laulima
0900

Transportable Microgrid with Energy Storage Project at Port Hueneme Naval Base

Robert Schainker, ‎Senior Technical Executive, EPRI

Laulima
0945

Ft. Hunter Liggett Microgrid Project

Doug Black, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

DuRussey Hall Foyer, Level 2
1010

Coffee Break & NetworkingSponsored by:


DuRussey Hall
1100

Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) III: Efficiency Solutions

The Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) is designed to accelerate private-sector and defense-sourced technology solutions aligned with warfighter and national security problem-sets.

Review Panelists
Colonel Brian Magnuson, Director, Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O), U.S. Marine Corps
Curt Wexel, Utilities Privatization Program Manager, U.S. Army Headquarters, ACSIM-ODF
R. Paul Robinson, Chief, Energy Division, US Army Corps of Engineers
Edie Evans, Public Works Energy Program Manager, NAVFAC
Bernice Glenn (chair), Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, NSTXL
Presenters
Intigrated Renewable Energy Microgrid and Alternative Fueled Flight Line Vehicle Laboratory, Hawaii Center for Advanced Transportation Technologies (State of Hawaii/AFRL)

Laulima
1100

KEPCO Microgrids and PECO’s Concordville and Berywn Smart Energy Campus Microgrid Projects

Eric Stein, Principle Engineer, PECO
Sung-Wook Hwang, Researcher, KEPCO
George Sey, Senior/Lead Engineer, DER Integration Team, PECO

DuRussey Hall
1200

Lunch & Networking


Laulima
1315

Schofield Generating Station Project

Bob Isler, Vice President, Power Supply, HECO
Keith Yamanaka, Energy Manager, U.S. Army

DuRussey Hall
1315

Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) IV: Resilience and Security

The Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) is designed to accelerate private-sector and defense-sourced technology solutions aligned with warfighter and national security problem-sets.

Review Panelists
Captain Michelle La Duca, Vice Commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific
Christopher Floro, Director, Public Works Business Line, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific
Kawakahi Amina, Operational Manager, Logistics, Plans and Exercise, U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM)
Alan Nanco, Manager, Military and Energy Systems Analysis, Sandia National Laboratories
Denise Faldowski, Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management, U.S. Army
Steve McCain (chair), Director of Defense Policy Practice, K&L Gates (chair)
Presenters

DuRussey Hall Foyer, Level 2
1415

Coffee BreakSponsored by:


DuRussey Hall
1430

APRISE Panel Session III: Technology Scouting to Support the Warfighter, Roundtable Discussion

This interactive session with military leadership will focus on DoD pathways and programs designed to accelerate state-of-the-art technology solutions for national security and the warfighter. Panelists and attendees to discuss opportunities and challenges of technology scouting and implementation for the military, with take aways and recommended action items to be further explored at DITAC Tampa, 3-5 October.

Bernice Glenn, Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, NSTXL (moderator)
Rich Trundy, Senior Experimentation Support Specialist, U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM)
Colonel Brian Magnuson, Director, Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O), U.S. Marine Corps
Roger Garay, Defense Technical Information Center - DTIC, U.S. Department of Defense
James (Jim) Caley, Director, Operational Energy, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Energy), U.S. Navy

Laulima
1430

Case Study: Kalaeloa Energy Security and Resiliency Challenge

Carissa VanderMey (Chair), Project Lead, Energy Security and Infrastructure Analysis, Sandia National Laboratories
Veronica Rocha (Chair), Renewable Energy Branch Manager, Hawaii State Energy Office
Colton Ching, Senior Vice President, Planning & Technology, Hawaiian Electric Company
Jesse Souki, Executive Director and CEO, Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA)
Luis Salaveria, Director, HSEO (Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism)

Laulima
1530

Case Study: Miramar Base Microgrid

Sam Booth, Project Development and Finance- Section Manager and Project Leader, NREL
Mick Wasco, Energy Manager, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar

DuRussey Hall
1545

APRISE, DETC Closing Remarks

Bernice Glenn, Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, NSTXL
Jennifer Rocha, Executive Director, Programs, TechConnect

Waikiki Ballroom
1600-1800

Innovation Showcase & Pau Hana


Laulima
1600-1630

Resilient Microgrid Design Summit Closing Remarks: Wrap-up, Key Takeaways and Path Forward

Abraham Ellis, Manager, Photovoltaic & Distributed Systems Integration, Sandia National Laboratories
Rick Langley, Program Manager, Critical Power, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)


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