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Joint Base San Antonio Defense Transformation institute

Sustainable Energy Workshop

Pearl Stable - July 12, 2011

defense transformation institute dti
Defense Transformation Institute (DTI)
  • Formed in July 2004 by the Texas Research and Technology Foundation (TRTF), in coordination with city's Economic Development Department. 
  • Designed to serve as a proactive intermediary with active military installations for leveraging their military assets. The DTI is a 501(c)(3) Not For Profit organization.
dti goals
DTI Goals
  • Promote economic development on and around  military bases in San Antonio
  • Enhance the military value of local missions  
  • Reduce installation management cost for the military
  • Accelerate the construction of new base facilities for military missions
  • Leverage military assets and capabilities through enhanced community partnerships
dti projects and activities
DTI Projects and Activities
  • Established agreements with installations and military organizations to foster collaborations.
  • Supporting the expansion of installations and public private partnerships to enhance growth opportunities and reduce installation costs.
  • Sponsored a number of workshops in community partnerships to explore new collaboration models.
  • In collaboration with of JBSA sponsored Sustainable Energy Workshop on June 9, 2010
workshop findings
Workshop Findings

JBSA’ s combined energy use makes JBSA CPS Energy’s largest customer and one of DOD largest energy users.

Community resources can contribute to help JBSA accelerate achievement of goals.

Improved communication can help define requirements and identify solutions to JBSA issues.

Concept of a focused Innovation Center/Information Clearinghouse suggested by attendees to support JBSA requirements.

workshop recommendation
Workshop Recommendation

The San Antonio Community and JBSA should consider establishing a JBSA Sustainable Energy Innovation Center to meet the DOD challenges and take advantage of the funding and opportunity to capitalize on the new energy initiatives

suggested early stage work plan
Suggested Early Stage Work Plan
  • Hold series of working meetings with JBSA to learn requirements
    • Bring lessons-learned to JBSA
    • Presentation of regional assets and ideas
    • Vendors showcase
  • Set up clearinghouse and communications systems
  • Develop the searchable database
requirement workshop topics
Requirement WorkshopTopics
  • Energy Management and Control System(EMCS)
  • Operational optimization
    • Utility Energy Service Contracts (UESC)
    • Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC)
      • HVAC
      • Chillers etc.
  • Smart grids
  • Renewables
    • Waste to energy systems
    • Non PV solar
morning agenda
Morning Agenda
  • Overview and Introductions, Debra Harkiewicz, Director, Civil Engineering JBSA
  • Strategic Challenges at JBSA, Anthony Martinez, JBSA Energy and Environmental Manager
  • Operational Energy Management Plan, Darrell A Davis, DOD CTR (US), Department of Defense Strategic Management Office
  • Installation Presentations
    • Fort Sam Houston Energy Program, Frank Thomas, Fort Sam Houston Resource Efficiency Manager
    • Conservation and EMCS at Lackland AFB, Andres Hinojosa, Lackland Energy Engineer
    • Energy Changes at Randolph Air Force Base, Joseph D Haltaman, Energy Engineer, Randolph AFB
  • Formation of JBSA Sustainable Energy Innovation Center, Sid Saunders, Defense Transformation Institute
  • Army Case Study: EMCS at Fort Hood, Bobby Lynn, Fort Hood Energy Manager
  • Navy Case Study: Energy Management -- Capital Efficient Energy Portfolio, Rebecca Ranich, Director, Federal Energy Management/Sustainability Initiative, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
  • Energy and Partnership Presentations
    • Introductions by: Robert M. Murdock Director, Office of Military Affairs, City of SA
      • Brig. Gen. Leonard A. "Len" Patrick, Commander, 502nd Air Base Wing, Fort Sam Houston, Texas
      • Doyle Beneby, President and CEO, CPS Energy
afternoon agenda
Afternoon Agenda
  • CPS Energy Initiatives and introduction of Consert Collaborators, Paula E. Miles, Director, Energy Research and Tech Initiatives, CPS Energy
    • Jack Roberts, Chief Executive Officer and President, Consert
    • Steven O’Neill, West Region Business Development Manager, Consert
  • Panel Discussion: Current and Future Trends in Energy Management and Automation Systems (EMCS), Moderator Matt Koch, PhD, PE, Senior Research Engineer, Texas Center for Applied Technology, Texas Engineering Experiment Station, Texas A&M University System
    • Dr. Charles Culp, Director, Energy Systems Laboratory, Texas Engineering Experiment Station, Texas A&M University System
    • Dr. Jeff. S. Haberl, Professor of Architecture and Associate Department Head for Research at Texas A&M University
    • Dr. Randall D. Manteufel, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Virtual Metering, Charles Alsdorf, Director, Advisory Services, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, Virtual metering uses statistical modeling to develop energy consumption maps of an installation
  • Integrating Disparate Systems, Todd Davis, M.S.c, CISSP, Schneider Electric, This discussion will focus on those issues that allow you to preserve existing value as you are required to integrate disparate systems into a more energy efficient whole.
  • JBSA Net Zero -- Opportunities & Challenges, John Reasoner, Sr. Account Executive, Johnson Controls, Inc.
afternoon agenda1
Afternoon Agenda
  • Technology Panel
    • Energy Storage as a Component of Energy Management, Sean C. Mitchem, Principal Analyst, Communications and Embedded Systems, Southwest Research Institute
    • Smart Grid and Demand Response, Robert L Dohn, Project Manager, Siemens
    • Smart Grid and Monitoring and Controlling Multiple Locations, Mo Jamshidi, Ph.D., DEng. (h.c.), Lutcher Brown Endowed Chair Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Director, Autonomous Control Engineering Center at the University of Texas San Antonio
    • A New Technology for Maintaining Power Grids, Dr. John F. Ayala, DE, PE, PMP, CSS, President and Paul Bielowicz, DFA, Maj. Gen. USAF (Ret), Vice President, Kell-Star Services LLC
  • Using Building Controls to Optimize Energy Performance, Daniel E. Bielski, PE, Vice President and Technical Director, SAIC’s Energy, Environment, and Infrastructure Business Unit
  • Wrap UP, Debra Harkiewicz, JBSA and Sid Saunders, Defense Transformation Institute