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Military Offers Billions in
Renewable Energy PPAs —

Come to DC and Participate in
the Making of a New Market

 

Join DoD Policy-Makers, Leading Renewable Energy Developers and Financiers to Discuss:

  • Meeting the Needs of All Players in the New Market
  • Overcoming the Obstacles in Military Renewable Energy Contracting and Deal Structuring
  • Utilizing the DOE FEMP Guide for Development of Large-Scale Renewable Energy—New Contracting Guidelines for Industry and Government
  • Understanding Army, Navy and Air Force Programs—Acquisition and Contracting Similarities and Differences
  • Establishing Effective Project Milestones and Performance Measures— Lessons Learned by DoD and Developers

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Also Featuring:

CAPT Kerry Gilpin, USN, Director, 1 Gigawatt Task Force,
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY – ENERGY

Mark A. Correll, SES, P.E., The Deputy Civil Engineer,
DCS, LOGISTICS, INSTALLATIONS & MISSION SUPPORT

Harry Castelly, Mission Assurance Analyst, Naval Surface
Warfare Center Dahlgren Division
, US NAVY

Ray Trechter, Depuity Director, Mission Assurance,
OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR OPERATIONAL ENERGY

Chris Wildmann, Hybrid Intelligent Power Program Lead,
RDECOM, CERDEC, CP&I, POWER DIVISION,
U.S. ARMY

 

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Supplying renewable power to the U.S. military is the biggest opportunity for renewable energy finance and development in 2013 — the Army is seeking over 1 GW of power in 2013, while 1 GW Air Force and Navy programs are coming fast behind. These new programs will involve tens of billions of dollars in private investment and finance, but success in this arena will demand going far beyond bidding on project announcements.

In many ways the real work begins in the contracting process. Projects must comply with complex federal acquisition regulations and individual service requirements, while remaining attractive to financiers and profitable for developers. Only the developers that gain a thorough understanding of each Service’s renewable energy needs, how their procurement programs will work and can structure projects that meet the needs of financiers will succeed in this growing market.

Infocast designed this event to bring together military decision-makers with renewable energy developers and leading financiers to facilitate the formation of this new market. Infocast proudly presents the 3rd Defense Renewable Energy and Military Microgrids, which will explore how viable and financeable projects can be developed to the profit of all. They will provide the latest on the emerging guidelines and processes for a new market that melds the complexity of federal acquisitions with the risk allocation methods of project finance, as well as practical experience gained on pioneering projects.

 

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