William Tayler, Director for Shore Energy, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Navy (Energy) to provide Keynote at 4th Annual Global Marine Renewable Energy Conference
Thursday April 28, 2011 @ 11:00AM
Almas Temple,1315 K Street NW, Washington, DC
William F. Tayler, P.E. CEM
Mr. Tayler is the Director for Shore Energy in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Navy (Energy). Prior to this he was the Director for Energy Development at Naval Facilities Engineering Command. He develops energy policy and manages the execution of the Secretary of the Navy’s Shore Energy program. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, American Public Works Association and the Association of Energy Engineers. He is recipient of the 2000 Federal Energy and Water Management Award, and the 2003 Presidential Award for Outstanding Leadership in Federal Energy Management. The Department of Navy’s Shore Energy Program also received under his leadership the Alliance to Save Energy “Star of Energy Efficiency Award” for 2003 and the Platt’s Global Energy Award for Leadership in 2004 and the Platt’s Global Energy Award for “Green Initiative” in 2009.
Mr. Tayler directs programs that are enabling Navy and Marine Corps installations to exceed the federal goal of reducing energy consumption (MBTU/KSF) by 3%/year. He also leads the Department’s efforts in complying with the goal of providing 50% of the energy consumed by 2025 from renewable resources. The Department currently has in place or is working on some of the federal government’s largest geothermal, solar and ocean power projects, including the 270 MW geothermal plant at NAWS China Lake. Mr. Tayler is a member of the Federal Interagency Energy Management Task Force, The Department of Defense Energy Security Task Force and was an advisor to the Department of Defense’s Defense Science Board.