Energy Security Analysis in Security Analysis in Support of DOD Missions [presentation] [open pdf - 411KB]
In this presentation, the author starts off with some "Bottom Line Points". These points focus on how: "Energy technologies must work"; "Energy security cost-benefit analyses should be done in conjunction with field testing"; "Energy security analyses should integrate costs and benefits within and across installation, operational, and strategic mission areas"; and that, "Information exchange of energy security analyses should occur across Services on a recurring basis". The overall goals are to: "Save energy, save money, improve environment, promote health, and strengthen national security".
Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC): http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/
Army Installation Energy Security and Independence Conference. December 12-13, 2006