Courses

26 - 29 Jun. 2017
NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence. Vilnius, Lithuania
COURSE ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN MILITARY OPERATIONS
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NATO ENERGY SECURITY Center of Excellence

COURSE ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN MILITARY OPERATIONS

The aim of the course is to raise awareness on importance of energy efficiency in military domain. The Course seeks to test the Energy Efficiency in Military Operations and train military personnel in order to develop understanding of Energy Efficiency implication in military operations.

LOCATION DETAILS

The General Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania

Adress
Šilo Str. 5A, LT-10322 Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone
(+370 5) 203 2382

SPEAKERS

Dr. Dan NUSSBAUM, Naval Postgraduate School
Dr. Dan NUSSBAUM, Naval Postgraduate School
Speech topic:
Introduction to Operational Energy and Energy Security & Group Projects.
Mr. Julijus GRUBLIAUSKAS, NATO HQ Brussels
Mr. Julijus GRUBLIAUSKAS, NATO HQ Brussels
Speech topic:
Importance of Operational Energy and Energy Security.
Mr. Tom DECKER, U.S Army Engineer Engineer R&D Center (ERDC)
Mr. Tom DECKER, U.S Army Engineer Engineer R&D Center (ERDC)
Speech topic:
1. Power on the Battlefield (Expeditionary Energy)
2. Power on the Battlefield (Installation Energy)
3. Power Management for the Warfigther
CDR Matthew SCHAEFER, LCDR Edward FOSSON, Naval Postgraduate School
CDR Matthew SCHAEFER, LCDR Edward FOSSON, Naval Postgraduate School
Speech topic:
Introduction to Operational Energy (OE) Wargame
LCDR Edward FOSSON, naval Postgraduate Schoo
LCDR Edward FOSSON, naval Postgraduate Schoo
Speech topic:
Mitigating Energy-based Operational Risks
Mr. Brandon NAYLOR, Naval Postgraduate School
Mr. Brandon NAYLOR, Naval Postgraduate School
Speech topic:
Fuel Optimization Models for Energy Efficient Mililitary
LTC Luca Dottarelli, NATO ENSEC COE
LTC Luca Dottarelli, NATO ENSEC COE
Speech topic:
Energy Efficiency
Ms. Jennifer DORAN, UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Ms. Jennifer DORAN, UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Speech topic:
Energy Behavior Change with Military Implication