AECOM used Rosetta methodology to create a Resilient Energy Scorecard that combines multiple factors within five overarching criteria essential to a resilient infrastructure — robustness, redundancy, resourcefulness, response, and recovery — to clearly define the multifaceted energy performance goals. Our team has since deployed this methodology at several U.S. Air Force Bases as part of the initial roll out, with a broader deployment across all Air Force installations anticipated to start later this year.
Our team also utilized this methodology to retrospectively assess the risks at Tyndall AFB, which was decimated during last year’s Hurricane Michael, incurring an estimated $5 billion of damage. The analysis was used to not only further calibrate and validate the insight that the analysis can provide but also provide invaluable insight into the optimization of the ongoing rebuilt effort.
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Additional Case Studies:
National Western Center Campus Energy Plant
San Diego International Airport Strategic Energy Plan
Guam Joint Military Master Plan and Sustainability
Fort Carson, Energy Savings Performance Contract
University of California Merced, P3 Advisor Services
Los Angeles Community College District, Measurement and Demand Response
ComEd Microgrid and Smart City Support
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Bundled Energy Projects