Fort Hunter Liggett "Green" Military Base for the Future [video]
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Energy Security and Sustainability (ES2) for DOD installations is a critical aspect of operational capabilities to support DOD missions. Renewable energy and electrical energy storage technologies are becoming more economically viable every day and may soon be the most economical method to meet energy needs. Microgrids can further increase the functionality of those technologies and reduce the costs of implementation. Lessons learned from recent Microgrids and how those lessons are being used to implement them into two of the Army's Net-Zero Energy Demonstration Sites, Fort Hunter Liggett (FHL) in Jolon, CA and Parks Reserve Forces Training Area (PRFTA) in Dublin, CA will be presented and discussed.
NPS Defense Energy Seminar
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