Our team has extensive experience working on issues of climate resiliency and development affecting our nation’s military installations and communities both while serving in and after leaving government. Issues include Environmental Impact Assessments, Enhanced Use Leases, housing, and more.

Subject Matter Experts

John M. Simmons

Managing Partner

Simmons

Christopher J. Goode

Managing Partner

Goode

Kathleen Ferguson

Senior Advisor

Ferguson

Steve Iselin

PDAS USN (ret.)

Iselin

Mary Jackson

VADM USN (ret.)

Jackson

William French

VADM USN (ret.)

French

Peter “Duke” DeLuca

BG USA (ret.)

Deluca

Representative Clients

Results

Energy Assurance and Resilience at Joint Base Langley-Eustus

Energy resiliency is essential for adapting to our changing climate. TRG alerted Joint Base Langley-Eustis leadership about the opportunity to pursue energy resiliency solutions for the installation via the Air Force’s Office of Energy Assurance (OEA). Engagement with OEA, the Commonwealth’s representatives and Dominion Energy has evolved to a robust Energy Savings Performance Contract initiative to embrace various technologies for energy assurance.

Energy Resilience Conservation Investment Program (ERCIP)

The TRG team was tasked to support the Beale AFB defense community to compete for Energy Resilience Conservation Investment Program (ERCIP) funding to support a major power transmission interconnection program. This effort involved significant outreach at the Congressional, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), and Air Force levels, considering ERCIP candidates compete across each service. Significant analytical efforts and base visits among TRG’s energy experts helped to build a compelling case for advocacy at the highest levels inside OSD and the Air Force. The effort resulted in the largest ERCIP award among all services that year, to supply a 230/60KV interconnection and transmission system at Beale AFB, valued at $40.4 million dollars.