The U.S. Naval Institute with support from the U.S. Naval Academy Engineering Department and the USNA Center for Energy Security and Infrastructure Resilience will gather government officials, military personnel, and academic scholars to delve into the crucial nexus of national security, the American economy, and the future of energy. They will examine pressing issues affecting the U.S. defense industrial base, including aging infrastructure, supply chain vulnerabilities, and obstacles in producing essential war components. Moreover, they will tackle the significant challenges posed to military installations, facilities, and critical infrastructure essential for national security, given the rising sea levels and increasing frequency of natural disasters.

 

Confirmed Keynote Speaker: 

Dr. Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman of S & P Global, American author and consultant within the energy and economic sector

See a complete list of Speakers here

 

This event is made possible with support from the William M. Wood Foundation.