"Advancing Operational Energy to Ensure Readiness, Efficiency, and Stability”
The DoD is the biggest institutional energy consumer in the world, with over 75% deriving from “operational energy” (OE): the energy required for training, moving, and sustaining military forces and weapons platforms for military operations. Reducing the cost of power and energy needs is critical to the mission success across the Services.
With increased focus within the OSD to strengthen the energy security of U.S. military operations and improve military capabilities, cut costs, and lower operational and strategic risk through better energy accounting, planning, management, and innovation, there are enhanced efforts and initiatives underway across all the Services to help transform OE.
This year’s Military Mobile Power Summit will bring together selected technology, engineering, and requirements offices, along with high level thought leaders to key policy-makers across military and civilian offices in a forum for the discussion of current and future operational energy and power initiatives such as: