This book focuses on the ways in which military installations and small cities can implement and integrate triple net planning and energy, water, and waste sustainability strategies into broad installation operational management, arrive at the best decision, create policy and communicate effectively to stakeholders. It explores current and emerging technologies, methods, and frameworks for energy conservation, efficiency, and renewable energy within the context of triple net zero implementation practice. Recognizing that the challenge extends beyond finding technological solutions to achieve triple net zero outcomes, the contributions also address the need for a systemic view in the planning phase, as well as adequate communication and policy measures and incentives.
|Series:||NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 2017|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)|
Table of ContentsIntroduction; M.E. Goodsite at al.- 2. Why NATO is interested in a Triple Net Zero Approach to Installations?; L. Chubbs.- 3. Toward Net Zero Energy Military Installations; A. Zhivov, M. Case.- 4. Net Zero Energy Master Planning Concept; A. Zhivov, M. Case.- 5. How to Achieve Energy Efficient Communities; R. Jank, V. Stockinger.- 6. Deep Energy Retrofit (DER); R. Lohse et al.- 7. Energy Supply Options; S. Svendsen et al.- 8. Renewable Energy Options and Considerations for Net Zero Installations; S. Booth.- 9. Planning Tools to Simulate and Optimize Neighborhood Energy Systems; A. Zhivov et al.- 10. Lessons Learned from the US Army Net Zero Energy Program for NATO Installations; S. Booth, P. Volkman.- 11. Advances in the Net-Zero Paradigm and Resilience of Net-Zero Strategic Plans for Water Systems; E.B. Connelly et al.- 12. Net Zero Waste: Issues, Technologies, Trends, and Commercially Viable Solutions; W. Goldsmith et al.- 13. Planning Green in Cities and Military Installations; E.E. Hubbard et al.- 14. Awareness, Communication and Visualisation; M. Dyer et al.