Energy Resiliency: How DoD can become Energy Resilient and Still Meet its Renewable Energy Goals
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The DoD has several new authorities it can use to help it prioritize renewable energy development by weighing the benefits unique to these sources, but it requires the DoD to create new energy resiliency metrics and installation resiliency plans; modify its traditional cost-benefit analysis to properly weigh the benefits of onsite production of energy and fuel savings associated with renewable energy; and make investments in new micro-grid technologies that can decouple the DoD from the aging commercial grid and that may encourage third-party energy partnerships.
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