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Chris Myers, VP of Energy Programs for Lockheed Martin, presented at the GW Solar Institute Symposium on April 19, 2010. More information at solar.gwu.edu/Symposium.html

Chris Myers, VP of Energy Programs for Lockheed Martin, presented at the GW Solar Institute Symposium on April 19, 2010. More information at solar.gwu.edu/Symposium.html

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  • 1. Lockheed Martin MS2Renewable Energy OverviewApril 19, 2010
  • 2. Knolls Atomic Power
    Lab (KAPL)
    Schenectady, NY
    Missiles and
    Fire Control
    Archbald, PA
    Lockheed Martin Canada
    Montreal, Quebec
    Aeronautics
    Marietta, GA
    Aeronautics HQ
    Enterprise Information Systems
    Ft. Worth, TX
    Lockheed Martin Canada
    Kanata, Ontario
    Information Technology
    Richland, WA
    Space Operations
    Stennis Space Center, MS
    Mission Services
    Houston, TX
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    Mitchel Field, NY
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    Syracuse, NY
    Commercial Space
    Systems
    Newtown, PA
    Space Systems
    Huntsville, AL
    Systems Integration - Owego
    Owego, NY
    Information Systems & Global Svcs
    Space Systems
    Enterprise Information Systems
    King of Prussia, PA
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    Transportation and Security Solutions
    Eagan, MN
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    Marion, MA
    Information Technology
    New Orleans, LA
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    Information Technology
    Baltimore, MD
    Space Systems,
    Advanced Technology
    Center
    Palo Alto, CA
    Space Systems
    Silverdale, WA
    Space Systems
    Michoud Operations
    Michoud, LA
    Space Systems
    Kings Bay, GA
    Information Systems
    & Global Services
    Space Systems HQ
    Mission Services
    Enterprise Information
    Systems
    Denver, CO Metro Area
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    Energy & Homeland Sec Svcs
    Moorestown, NJ
    Information Systems
    & Global Services
    Information Technology
    Mission Services HQ
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Space Systems
    Mission Services
    Savi
    Enterprise Info Sys
    Sunnyvale, CA
    Information Technology
    Cleveland, OH
    Information Technology
    Clarksburg, WV
    Advanced Technology Labs
    Information Systems & Global
    Services
    Cherry Hill. NJ
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    Akron, OH
    Information Systems & Global Svcs
    San Jose, CA
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    Manassas, VA
    Information Systems & Global Svcs
    Santa Maria, CA
    Information Systems & Global Svcs
    Goodyear, AZ
    Logistics Services
    Greenville, SC
    Space Systems
    Mission Services
    Vandenberg AFB, CA
    Missiles and Fire Control
    Camden, AR
    Missiles and
    Fire Control
    Troy, AL
    Information Technology HQ
    Seabrook, MD
    Missiles and Fire Control
    Grand Prairie, TX
    Sandia National Labs
    Livermore, CA
    Information Technology
    Sandia National Labs
    Albuquerque, NM
    Transportation and
    Security Solutions
    Rockville, MD
    Corporate Headquarters
    Electronic Systems HQ
    Bethesda, MD
    Kelly Aviation Center
    Information Technology
    San Antonio, TX
    Missiles and Fire Control
    Ocala, FL
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    Clearwater, FL
    Information Systems &
    Global Services
    Information Technology
    Arlington, VA
    Information Technology
    Tampa, FL
    Shared Services
    Lakeland, FL
    Corporate Staff/Other
    Aeronautics
    Electronic Systems
    Information Systems & Global Services
    Space Systems
    Mission Services
    Springfield, VA
    Space Systems
    Mission Services
    Cape Canaveral, FL
    Corporation at a GlanceLocations with >200 Employees
    Missiles and Fire Control
    Chelmsford, MA
    Info Systems & Global Svcs
    Norristown, PA
    Transportation and
    Security Solutions
    Atlantic City, NJ
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    Information Technology
    Baltimore, MD
    Information Systems &
    Global Services
    Hanover, MD
    Aeronautics
    Palmdale/Edwards AFB, CA
    Information
    Technology
    Atlanta, GA
    Aeronautics
    Edwards AFB, CA
    Mission Services
    Greenbelt. MD
    PAE, a Lockheed Martin Co
    Los Angeles, CA
    Information Systems &
    Global Services
    Gaithersburg, MD
    Information Systems & Global Svcs
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    San Diego, CA
    UK INSYS Limited
    Ampthill, Bedfordshire, England
    UK Integrated Systems
    & Solutions
    Farnham, England
    LM Aircraft Argentina
    Cordoba, Argentina
    Lockheed Martin United Kingdom
    London, England
    Enterprise Information Systems
    Simulation, Training and Support
    Missiles and Fire Control
    Orlando, FL
    UK Integrated Systems
    Havant, England
    Maritime Systems & Sensors
    Riviera Beach, FL
  • 3. LM Energy Business Portfolio
    Space Systems
    Electronic Systems
    Aeronautics
    IS&GS
    Efficiency & Management
    Monitoring & Mitigation
    Renewable & Alternative Power Generation
    • Efficiency Business
    • 4. Utility Technical & Engineering Services
    • 5. Smart Grid
    • 6. IT & Business Services Hanford Site M&O
    • 7. Savannah River Labs
    • 8. Sandia National Labs
    • 9. Solar (CSP & PV)
    • 10. Ocean Thermal
    • 11. Wave
    • 12. Biomass/Biofuels
    • 13. Fuel Cells
    • 14. Nuclear Command & Control Systems
    • 15. Microgrids
    • 16. Storage & Advanced Material Technologies
    • 17. Space Based Climate Monitoring Exploration
    • 18. Terrestrial-Based Climate Monitoring
    • 19. Space Solar Power Exploration
    • 20. Advanced Concepts R&D
    • 21. Aircraft Energy Technology
    • 22. Military Fuel Efficiency
    • 23. Advanced Biofuels
    • 24. Skunk Works® Advanced R&D
  • LM Energy Generation
    Tools to Partner with Industry
    to Deliver Affordable Renewable Energy
  • 25. Why Lockheed Martin?Bringing Engineering Rigor To Utility Scale Renewable Energy
    Experience & Innovation
    Advanced Modeling & Simulation
    Full Scale SCA Prototype
    Focused Research & Development
    Results-Driven Innovation
    World-Class Systems Engineering
    Program Management
    Operations & Maintenance
    Commitment
    • Internal funding of R&D projects
    • 26. CSP, PV, BioEnergy, Nanotechnology, Ocean Thermal, Ocean Wave, etc.
    • 27. Internal funding of prototypes
    • 28. Full scale (solar collector assembly)
    • 29. Others funded / planned
    LM is committed to Renewable Energy
  • 30. Solar Field Experience
    Solar Field Experience
    Technical Activities - General
    Full-Scale Prototype
    Tools
    Production Performance Modeling
    Requirements Definition
    Solar Collector Assembly Design
    Heat Transfer Fluid System
    Programmatic / Procurement Activities
  • 31. Solar Field Technical Activities
    Production Performance Modeling
    Design optimization
    Sensitivity analysis
    Solar Collector Assembly Design
    Design requirements developed
    Key components analyzed and selected
    SCA size: 100 meters long (nominal)
    Mirror type / reflectivity
    Heat collecting elements (receivers)
    Frame type / stiffness, alignment, etc.
    Drive assembly / tracking system
    Structural / Mechanical Analyses
    Thermal loads
    Wind loads
    Alignment
    Solar Collector design / assembly drawings
    Short specifications for components
  • 32. Solar Field Technical Activities (continued)
    Heat Transfer Fluid System Design
    Basic pipe routing, pipe sizing, pump head calculations
    Stress analysis / expansion loop design
    Expansion tank volume
    Process Flow Diagrams
    General Arrangement – Solar Field
    Addressed significant grading & drainage challenges
    Pylons & Foundations
    Spacing for Roadways, Mirror-Washing
  • 33. Full Scale Prototype Developed: SolSTES
    SolSTES (Solar System Test and Evaluation Site) is a 100M Solar Collector Assembly installed at the LM MS2 facility in Moorestown NJ
    Commissioned April 2009
    SolSTES was developed to provide risk reduction for:
    Validate component level performance
    Validation of system level performance
    Integration / constructability
    Alignment tolerances
    SolSTES Prototype Provides Risk Reduction
  • 34. SolSTES
  • 35. Lockheed Martin as a Solar Field Provider
    Experience & Innovation
    Full Scale Solar Collector Assembly Experience / Prototype
    Advanced Performance Modeling Capabilities
    Requirements-Driven SCA Design |and Component Selection
    6Σ SCA Assembly Analysis
    Supplier Evaluations
    Results-Driven Innovation
    World-Class Systems Engineering
    Commitment to Research & Development in Renewable Energy
    LM has mature understanding of Solar Field Design
    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information
  • 36.
  • 37. Federal Policy Issue Areas for Utility Scale Solar :
    • Passage of a Federal Renewable Portfolio Standard
    • 38. Manufacturing tax credits for renewable energy devises and equipment
    • 39. Creation of a DOE Renewable Energy Pilot / Demonstration Project Funding Program
    • 40. Extension of the ARRA renewable energy incentives
    • 41. Treasury Department grant in lieu of ITC program
    • 42. Energy Department loan guarantee program
    • 43. Streamline NEPA EIS/EA process for projects on BLM land and or projects with DOE loan guarantees
    Drives
    Projects
    Closes
    Projects
    Federal Economic Incentives are Needed to Drive Utility Scale Projects
  • 44. Conclusion
    Energy Independence is a key national security driver for the US and our Allies
    Lockheed Martin has a diverse portfolio in RE activities
    Keenly poised to execute utility scale solar power with existing technology and new/innovative technology insertion
    Robust federal support and legislation is needed to drive renewable energy markets
    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information