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2021 Virtual SE FedCon Summit: Energy Resilience at N.C. Military Bases – How Should a Strategy Be Developed?

October 27 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 pm

North Carolina military bases are vulnerable to natural disasters, especially impacts to the energy system. Many energy systems were built decades ago but it is not realistic for all these systems to be immediately replaced. It is also not feasible nor practicable to island an entire base with a microgrid, despite a successful pilot project on one part of the base. So how can an installation provide system reliability while transitioning older systems to on-site renewable energy generation? How does an installation know exactly how to meet its critical energy requirements in an emergency? What steps will support an installation’s power needs independently for fourteen days? This session will cover how Fort Bragg and Camp Lejeune globally address energy resilience given these considerations.

SUMMIT WEBSITE

Organizers

Office of United States Senator Richard Burr
Office of United States Senator Thom Tillis
North Carolina Military Business Center

Venue

Virtual




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