The DoD/Federal Energy & Water Forum will frame four of the biggest issues facing the Defense Department and other federal agencies in the area of the overall sustainability of federal assets: Energy Efficiency, Utilities Privatization, Renewables and Water/Wastewater/Stormwater Systems. The National Council for Public-Private Partnerships (NCPPP) and the Association of Defense Communities (ADC) — leading nonprofit organizations in the field of energy and water partnerships — are teaming up to co-host the DoD/Federal Energy & Water Forum on December 2 in Washington, D.C., to address these issues.
Public and private leaders will share their experiences, including successes achieved and challenges confronted. This day-long dialogue will conclude with a panel of leading federal officials reacting to the discussions and how they see the government approaching the path forward to sustainability. Featuring a mix of expert panels and interactive discussions, the Forum offers energy and water industry leaders the opportunity to provide critical feedback on current federal initiatives and develop solutions to real-world issues.
Overview of the federal energy and water authorities
Energy efficiency and how it supports operational sustainability at federal sites
How energy savings performance contracts helped the federal government achieve its efficiency goals
The evolution of utilities privatization and its role in energy security
Creative solutions to overcoming market barriers for renewable energy projects
Water, wastewater and stormwater systems
How private sector water projects can be adapted to federal sites
The capital market’s appetite for energy and water projects
The role of public-private partnerships in advancing federal energy and water goals
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