Energy and Climate

Energy Assurance

Sandia-Vermont Partnership

On May 21, 2012, in

The state of Vermont has emerged as a leader in energy innovation, with coordinated efforts underway in the areas of energy efficiency, the integration and development of renewable energy sources and the deployment of smart grid technologies. These efforts reflect growing partnerships statewide and a deep commitment to energy sustainability. Vermont’s efforts have been further […]

Mission Assurance

On May 19, 2011, in

Using a Risk Based Approach for Mission Assurance Sandia Laboratories utilizes a risk-based approach focused on Mission Assurance. Mission Assurance involves analysis of mission critical functions, locations and interdependencies and determines risk-based vulnerabilities in order to provide design optimization that provides the DoD with the most “bang for the buck”. In this way, Sandia’s energy […]

Installation Energy Security

On May 19, 2011, in

Installation Energy Security Sandia National Laboratories, through their Physical Security methodology, has supported the Department of Defense (DoD) in protecting their high value assets for over fifty years. Within the last decade, Sandia Labs has leveraged our vast knowledge of physical security to include energy security on military installations. Using internal research and development funding, […]

DoD and the DOE Working Together

On May 19, 2011, in

The DoD and the DOE: Working Together The military with its disciplined, structured prototyping and acquisition processes provides an excellent forum in which to demonstrate concepts to the more diverse civilian community. In addition, interlinking of military installations within a region will be an option for improved national energy interdependence and security. The tools allow […]

Mesa del Sol

On April 20, 2011, in

Sandia National Laboratories and Forest City Enterprises – Partnering for a Secure and Sustainable Energy Future Demand for electricity throughout the world increases daily. In the United States alone, demand is projected to increase 14% by 2035, thus taxing an already fully loaded grid system. To meet these challenges, new technologies must be evaluated and […]

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