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The First Defense Energy Summit Held in Texas

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On 11-13 November, Texas hosted the very first Defense Energy Summit (DES) aimed at building the foundation for a new Defense Energy Center of Excellence and exploring ways to accelerate clean energy and infrastructure solutions for the DOD. The summit also showcased the existing and emerging technologies employed by the military on-base and in-theater focused on reducing the military footprint.  Bringing together policymakers, military officials as well as industry, investment and academic stakeholders, this loaded summit served as a unique platform for key actors in the defense energy community to showcase new technologies, share lessons learned and hear from high-level decision makers. For the detailed program, list and bios of speakers and sponsors Read more here.



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