HALE KOA HOTEL, HONOLULU, HI, 19-20 JULY, 2017

2016 PROGRAM

 
 

Wednesday July 27, 2016


Grand Lanai
08:00-09:00

Registration and Coffee


Grand Lanai
09:00-09:25

Welcome and Keynotes

Ross Roley, Energy Innovation Lead, US Pacific Command (PACOM) (co-chair)
Joelle Simonpietri, Energy Program Manager, Applied Research Laboratory, University of Hawaii (co-chair)
Bernice Glenn, Senior Advisor, NSTXL (co-chair)
Alan Yamamoto, Hawaii State Director, Office of US Senator Mazie Hirono
Jane Sawyer, Director, Hawaii District Office, US Small Business Administration

Grand Lanai
09:25-10:20

Keynote Panel: S&T Advisors

Ross Roley, Energy Innovation Lead, US Pacific Command (PACOM) (moderator)
Lt Col Ken Fisher, PhD, Deputy Science and Technology Advisor, PACOM
Ross Wilhelm, Science Advisor to Commander, PACFLT
Franz Ravelo, MARFORPAC
LCDR Rod Hooks, Current Operations Officer, NSWG-3, SOCPAC

Grand Lanai
10:20-10:30

Overview of Energy Provisions in National Defense Authorization Act and Energy Policy Outlook

Steve McCain, Director of Defense Policy Practice, K&L Gates

Grand Lanai
10:30-11:00

Coffee Break & Innovation Showcase


Grand Lanai
11:00-12:00

Panel Session I: Cyber Security of Industrial Control Systems (ICS)

Cybersecurity of industrial control systems (ICS) is one of the more daunting challenges of our time. Our electric grid, pipelines, water systems, building automation systems, etc. are becoming more and more vulnerable to cyber attack as they become more connected and as the skill of the adversary grows. Learn more about the threat and what various organizations are doing about it with briefings from DHS, Pacific Command, Hawaiian Electric Company, Naval Facilities and Engineering Command, and Sandia National Laboratories.

Ross Roley, Energy Innovation Lead, US Pacific Command (PACOM) (chair)
Michelle Dietz, Senior Intelligence Officer to Hawaii, American Samoa, Office of Intelligence and Analysis, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
David Rolla, Director, Information Security Architecture, Hawaiian Electric Company
Chris Howard, CIO4 Program Manager, NAVFAC Pacific
Dr. Jason Stamp, Distinguished Member, Technical Staff, Special Cyber Initiatives, Sandia National Laboratories

Main Dining Room
11:00-12:00

Breakout Discussion I: Biofuels

Deep dive discussion with military, private sector, and goverment leadership. Roundtable format between session speakers and attendees.

Joelle Simonpietri, Energy Program Manager, University of Hawaii Applied Research Laboratory (chair)

Grand Lanai
12:00-13:30

Lunch & Innovation Showcase


Grand Lanai
13:30-14:35

Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) I: Energy Security & Resilience

Energy security and independence are two goals at the heart of the U.S. military’s investment in advanced energy technologies. With collaboration from the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps, the 8th Defense Energy Challenge delivers top defense-targeted energy solutions matched with military testing and procurement opportunities. DOD feedback provided to presenters on: solution fit, strengths of technology, challenges of implementation/adoption, positioning guidance, and potential collaboration opportunities.

Moderator:
Ross Roley, Energy Innovation Lead, US Pacific Command (PACOM)
Review panelists:
Michelle Dietz, Senior Intelligence Officer to Hawaii, American Samoa, Office of Intelligence and Analysis, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
David Rolla, Director, Information Security Architecture, Hawaiian Electric Company
Chris Howard, CIO4 Program Manager, NAVFAC Pacific
Julia Chu, Director, Nuclear Systems, Lockheed Martin Energy
Ross Roley, Energy Innovation Lead, US Pacific Command (PACOM)
Dr. Jason Stamp, Distinguished Member, Technical Staff, Special Cyber Initiatives, Sandia National Laboratories
Presenters:
13:35-13:45
13:45-13:55
13:55-14:05
14:05-14:15
14:15-14:25
14:25-14:35
Optimized Transit Tool & Easy Reference (OTTER), Naval Postgraduate School - Energy Academic Group

Grand Lanai
14:35-15:40

Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) II: Energy, Water, Waste

Energy security and independence are two goals at the heart of the U.S. Military’s investment in advanced energy technologies. With collaboration from the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps, the 8th Defense Energy Challenge delivers top defense-targeted energy solutions matched with military testing and procurement opportunities. DOD feedback provided to presenters on: solution fit, strengths of technology, challenges of implementation/adoption, positioning guidance, and potential collaboration opportunities.

Moderator:
Jennifer Rocha, Director, Strategic Development, TechConnect
Review panelists:
Erith (Edie) Evans, Energy Program Manager, NAVFAC Pacific
Colonel Brian Magnuson, Director, Expeditionary Energy Office (E20), US Marine Corps
Joelle Simonpietri, Energy Program Manager, University of Hawaii Applied Research Laboratory
Ross Roley, Energy Innovation Lead, US Pacific Command (PACOM)
Steve Klotz, Chief Engineer, Lockheed Martin Energy
Sophia Kim, President, Knossos Group, LLC
Presenters:
14:40-14:50
MAGS Micro Auto Gasification System, Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc.
14:50-15:00
FastOx® Gasification, Sierra Energy
15:00-15:10
15:10-15:20
Terragon WETT-G Greywater Treatment System, Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc.
15:20-15:30
15:30-15:40
15:40-15:50
NAVSEA approved LED lighting, Energy Focus, Inc.
15:50-16:00

Grand Lanai
16:00-16:40

Panel Session II: Biofuels

This panel of academic, private sector, and military leadership will discuss ongoing efforts in the biofuels space, and discuss the opportunities and challenges specific to biofuels R&D, production and integration.

Joelle Simonpietri, Energy Program Manager, University of Hawaii Applied Research Laboratory
Bob King, President and Founder, Pacific Biodiesel Technologies
TBA, Young Brothers (invited)
Ronald Nelson, Director Customer Operations/Strategic Energy Analyst, DLA Energy
Susan Crow, Soil Ecology and Biogeochemistry Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Management, University of Hawaii Manoa

Main Dining Room
16:00-16:40

Breakout Discussion II: Cyber Security of ICS

Deep dive discussion with military, private sector, and goverment leadership. Roundtable format between speakers and attendees.

Ross Roley, Energy Innovation Lead, US Pacific Command (PACOM) (chair)

Grand Lanai and Lauhala Gardens
16:40-18:00

Reception and Innovation Showcase


Thursday July 28, 2016


Grand Lanai
08:00-09:00

Registration, Coffee & Innovation Showcase


Grand Lanai
09:00-09:45

Welcome & Military Keynotes

Ross Roley, Energy Innovation Lead, US Pacific Command (PACOM) (chair)
Joe Bryan, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Energy, US Navy
Colonel Brian Magnuson, Director, Expeditionary Energy Office (E20), US Marine Corps
Captain Michelle La Duca, Vice Commander, NAVFAC Pacific

Grand Lanai
9:45-10:15

Coffee & Innovation Showcase


Grand Lanai
10:15-10:45

Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) III: Biofuels, Alternative Energy

Energy security and independence are two goals at the heart of the U.S. Military’s investment in advanced energy technologies. With collaboration from the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps, the 8th Defense Energy Challenge delivers top defense-targeted energy solutions matched with military testing and procurement opportunities. DOD feedback provided to presenters on: solution fit, strengths of technology, challenges of implementation/adoption, positioning guidance, and potential collaboration opportunities.

Moderator:
Joelle Simonpietri, Energy Program Manager, University of Hawaii Applied Research Laboratory
Review panelists:
Bob King, President & Founder, Pacific Biodiesel Technologies
Ronald Nelson, Director Customer Operations/Strategic Energy Analyst, DLA Energy
Brig Gen (Ret) Stan Osserman, Executive Director, Hawaii Center for Advanced Transportation Technologies (HCATT)
Omar Sultan, Managing Partner, Sultan Ventures
TBA, Young Brothers (invited)
Presenters:
10:15-10:25
10:25-10:35
10:35-10:45
Waste Energy Recovery, Energent Corporation

Main Dining Room
10:15-11:15

Breakout Session III: Disaster Resilience

Strategic and critical infrastructure is the foundation of a nation’s prosperity and must be protected to maintain regional resilience. Indo-Asia-Pacific region, is particularly vulnerable to natural and man-made disasters that threaten critical infrastructure and regional security. PACOM would like to conduct a cross-industry, cross-functional discussion with subject matter experts to understand the complex issues, area-specific constraints, and potential solutions to promote community resilience and address non-traditional security threats to critical infrastructure. Topics of discussion focusing on the East Asia region will include: energy/cyber security, global engagement, and knowledge sharing methodologies.

Sophia Kim, President, Knossos Group, LLC (chair)
Stephen Frano, Resilience Program Manager, Pacific Outreach Directorate, Office of Strategic Partnerships, US PACOM
Major Paul Smith, Deputy Division Chief, Strategic Partnerships, US PACOM
Ross Uchimura, President, Solariv
Bernice Glenn, Senior Advisor, NSTXL
Janis Koh, Advisor, S-Energy
Myung Won Sohn, Board Member, Worldwide International Fund
SaKwang Hong, Chairman, Lohas Agricultural Research Center
Moon Hong, CFO, S-Energy (invited)

Grand Lanai
10:45-11:30

Defense Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) IV: Buildings & Bases

Energy security and independence are two goals at the heart of the U.S. Military’s investment in advanced energy technologies. With collaboration from the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps, the 8th Defense Energy Challenge delivers top defense-targeted energy solutions matched with military testing and procurement opportunities. DOD feedback provided to presenters on: solution fit, strengths of technology, challenges of implementation/adoption, positioning guidance, and potential collaboration opportunities.

Moderator:
Jennifer Rocha, Director, Strategic Development, TechConnect
Review panelists:
Ross Roley, Energy Innovation Lead, US Pacific Command (PACOM)
Colonel Brian Magnuson, Director, Expeditionary Energy Office (E20), US Marine Corps
Captain Michelle La Duca, Vice Commander, NAVFAC Pacific
Charles Decker, Operational Energy Program Manager, U.S. Army Engineer Research & Development Center(ERDC), US Army
Omar Sultan, Managing Partner, Sultan Ventures
Presenters:
10:45-10:55
10:55-11:00
11:00-11:10
11:10-11:20
11:20-11:30
Seawater Air Conditioning (SWAC), Makai Ocean Engineering

Grand Lanai
11:30-12:20

Panel Session IV: Test Bed Capabilities

DOD defines energy test beds as a way to "demonstrate new energy technologies in a real-world, integrated building environment so as to reduce risk, overcome barriers to deployment, and facilitate wide-scale commercialization." Hear from military and academic leadership on current test bed projects in Hawai'i and Asia Pacific Region.

Joelle Simonpietri, Energy Program Manager, University of Hawaii Applied Research Laboratory (chair)
Kurt Andrews, Lead, TROPEC Field Experimentation Team, Transformative Reductions in Operational Energy Consumption (TROPEC)
Patrick Cross, Specialist, Wave Energy Test Site (WETS)
Marc Matsuura, Specialist, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute (HNEI)
Brig Gen (Ret) Stan Osserman, Executive Director, Hawaii Center for Advanced Transportation Technologies (HCATT)
Kail Macias, Technical Director, NAVFAC-EXWC

Grand Lanai
12:20-12:30

Closing Remarks


12:30

Summit Ends


Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
12:30-15:00

Escorted Site Visits (pre-registration required by 15 July. Space is limited. Lunch at attendee expense)

Hybrid energy trailer at Bishop Point

Tom Decker, Operational Energy Program Manager, U.S. Army Engineer Research & Development Center (ERDC), US Army

Hydrogen refueling station

Brig Gen (Ret) Stan Osserman, Executive Director, Hawaii Center for Advanced Transportation Technologies (HCATT)

SPIDERS overview

Ross Roley, Energy Innovation Lead, US Pacific Command (PACOM)

MAGS waste-to-energy system

Kawakahi Amina, Energy Analyst, US Pacific Command (PACOM)



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