Dale Edginton, the North American Operations Manager for EndoTherm, recently had the honour of presenting at the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Energy & Environment Innovation Symposium; a gathering bringing together the nation’s sharpest minds and innovators.
The Department of Defense’s (DoD) Energy and Environment Innovation Symposium is the nation’s largest conference focusing on the DoD’s priority environmental and energy issues. The Symposium offers a variety of technical sessions and short courses, over 500 technical poster presentations, and networking opportunities.
The event, held in Arlington, Virginia from November 28 to December 1, 2023 is the largest national conference of its kind, providing fertile ground for researchers, technology developers, defense end-users, and regulatory communities to interact, learn, and collaborate, anchored by the environmental research and energy innovation programs under the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Environment & Energy Resilience (DASD E&ER).
After initially applying to present under the DoD Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP), EndoTherm was selected as one of the specific technologies within the Operational Demand & Reduction and Energy Management & Controls sub-sections.
Dale’s detailed technical poster presentation, titled ‘Hydronic Additives to Improve Energy Efficiency of Hydronic HVAC Systems’, offered an informative overview of how EndoTherm can improve the system efficiency of hydronic HVAC systems and the development undertaken by Endo Enterprises in a skeptical marketplace.
The presentation also outlined EndoTherm’s strides into the US marketplace, prominently featuring a successful pilot run at the US Naval Station at Whidbey Island, Washington. The pilot achieved impressive results, delivering energy savings of 12.54% and ensuring a return on investment (ROI) within just six months. This significant achievement can be further explored via this link: https://www.endotherm.com/case-studies/us-naval-air-station/
The symposium proved to be not just a platform for presentation but also an opportunity for engagement and networking. Dale’s participation paved the way for potential future collaborations with various DoD stakeholders, national labs, and their counterparts from the allied nations.
In participating in such high caliber events like the DOD Energy & Environment Innovation Symposium, EndoTherm continues to demonstrate its commitment to sustainability and energy-efficient innovation globally.