In November, 2016 NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (NATO ENSEC COE) had an opportunity to host yet another successful conference and exhibition “Innovative Energy Solutions for Military Applications” (IESMA 2016). The primary motivation
behind IESMA 2016 was to provide a forum for the military energy efficiency “community of interest”, as well as to review past experiences and outline future paths. We are glad to acknowledge that since 2011 and 2014, the event has grown both in size and influence. This year it was attended by over 400 representatives across governmental, military, business and academia sectors.
Introductory remarks. Enhancing Energy Efficiency in the Military: NATO’s Way Forward
Integrated Camp Energy Technologies: A Simulation Tool to Predict and Evaluate Power and Energy Requirements of a Deployed Camp
Drones and Alternative Energies: mixing technologies to achieve a new model?
Leveraging Industry to Reduce the Military’s Energy Needs and Promote Operational and Installation Energy Security