Posted on: February 25, 2021
- BS in Mechanical/Electrical/Civil or other engineering
- 10 years of engineering experience related to design,
construction, and/or operation of alternative energy plants,
renewable energy plans, energy storage systems, and/or utility and
transmission line systems.
- DoD Secret Clearance,
- MS in engineering discipline,
- Professional Engineering license.
Energy security is a primary concern and currently a major area of
investment of the Department of the Defense. The Army Office of
Energy Initiatives (OEI) is the central management office for the
business case development and execution of large-scale (> 10MW)
renewable and alternative energy security projects with preferred
financing through private capital investment. OEI uses existing
Department of Defense (DoD) authorities, including those for power
purchase agreements (PPA), for enhanced use leases (EUL) and
easements to attract private capital investment.The Air Force
Office of Energy Assurance (OEA) is the Air Force counterpart to
OEI. OEA serves as the central management office, or "storefront,"
for energy security/resiliency projects across the Air Force
enterprise. Focused on holistic energy security/resiliency
solutions, the mission is to work partnership with Air Force
installations to understand mission requirements and deliver
creative security/resiliency solutions that mitigate 21st century
threats to the grid. OEA reports directly to Deputy Assistant
Secretary for the Air Force, Environment, Safety, and
Infrastructure (SAF/IEE), Deputy Chief of Staff, Civil Engineering
(DCS/A4C), and Director, Air Force Civil Engineering Center
(AFCEC).Part of the team providing support to the Army and Air
Force energy offices. The Engineering Team is responsible for
developing conceptual designs and cost estimates for renwable and
alternative energy projects and ensuring all services and products
delivered comply with the Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC)
requirements. The Lead Engineer will:--
- Oversee a cadre of technical systems engineering resources
knowledgeable in specific renewable and alternative energy
technologies, utility systems engineering, microgrid, electrical
distribution infrastructure, energy storage, utility control, cost
estimating, and energy security systems to support its
- Work collaboratively with the Project Execution Directorate
teams to identify and help address technical issues related to
specific energy projects.
- Evaluate and coordinate the development and acquisition of a
wide variety of energy generation projects, including photovoltaic,
concentrated solar, biomass and geothermal.
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