publication . Report . Doctoral thesis . 2013

Analysis of Marine Corps renewable energy planning to meet installation energy security requirements

Chisom, Christopher M.; Templeton, Jack C.;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Dec 2013
  • Publisher: Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School
Abstract
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. The purpose of this thesis is to analyze Marine Corps installation energy consumption and the pursuit of increased renewable energy generation goals across Marine Corps installations. The main objective of this report is to determine the cost of interruption and the net present value (NPV) of renewable energy generation needed to meet the Marine Corps energy security objectives. First, we determine installation-specific energy consumption, resource requirements, and current renewable energy generation projects. Second, we analyze current Marine Corps installation energy portfolios to determine shortfalls...
Subjects
acm: ComputingMethodologies_SIMULATIONANDMODELINGComputerApplications_COMPUTERSINOTHERSYSTEMSGeneralLiterature_MISCELLANEOUS
free text keywords: Biomass, Modern Portfolio Theory, Customer Damage Function, Marine Corps Installations, Solar, Energy Strategy, Cost of Interruption, Energy Planning, Learning Curve Analysis, Renewable Energy, Probability of Interruption., Energy Security, Waste-to-energy, Wind
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publication . Report . Doctoral thesis . 2013

Analysis of Marine Corps renewable energy planning to meet installation energy security requirements

Chisom, Christopher M.; Templeton, Jack C.;