Executive Orders (EO) 14008 and 14057 require federal civilian agencies to develop Vulnerability Assessments and subsequent Resilience Plans. Based on the results of vulnerability assessments and resilience plans, this training session will present practical examples/case studies of "How do we do it?" across entire facilities (infrastructure, not just buildings). What are the "Roadblocks?" or "Challenges?" Federal Civilian Agencies encounter implementing the results of vulnerability assessments and resilience plans. What has worked and what hasn't worked? Which tools were used? What lessons learned/best practices can be shared? How does Master planning benefit/assist in the process?
Nick Grue, Project Manager, Energy Security and Resilience, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
David LoVullo, Project Manager, Energy Security and Resilience, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
David Frenkel, Environmental, Energy, and Sustainability Program Manager, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Upon completion of this session attendees will:
- Identify different ways to overcome problems and challenges in vulnerability assessments and resilience planning;
- Identify different tools available to perform vulnerability assessments and resilience planning;
- Identify characteristics of resilience strategies and solutions; and
- Identify different ways to enhance energy resilience at different sized facilities.