Association of Defense Communities Winter Forum 2011 San Antonio, TX Navy EUL Program Larry Chernikoff EUL Program Manager
EUL Basics “EUL’s…leverage the value of underutilized assets…to support overarching footprint reductions; to satisfy Navy mission requirements that might otherwise go unmet; and to support Navy’s energy goals…” (CNIC EUL Instruction 11011.1) EUL (10 USC § 2667) can be used to support and improve Navy shore infrastructure in support of the fleet, the sailors, and their families. Consideration can be cash or “in-kind” –provide maintenance support for existing Navy facilities (ex: GAPS (Pt. Hueneme) EUL, Pt. Loma EUL, NB San Diego EUL) –provide an additional revenue stream (ex: Mole Pier EUL Key West) –provide facilities for Navy use (ex: Moanalua EUL, Pearl Harbor) Eligible properties are “non-excess” under-utilized assets (land, facilities, equipment, and natural infrastructure); defined as those that are not anticipated to be needed for the duration of the lease, but which Navy may need at a future date or needs to retain ownership of for a mission-related reason (including encroachment prevention)
Current EUL Process Perform Phase I Market/ Feasibility Study Develop Solicitation Evaluate Proposals Develop Business & Leasing Plan Finalize & Close With Developer Identify Available Non-Excess Assets Phase II Phase I Navy uses Two-Phase EUL implementation process.
Current Navy Program Objectives –Leverage the Value of Navy under-utilized property –Increase partnership opportunities –Increase alternative energy sources –Consolidations…reduced Navy footprint –Provide Quality of Life or other base requirements Current Approach –CNIC EUL Instruction 11011.1 –Two-Phase project development –Central HQ program management, Execution in field Currently over $8M(+/-) annually in cash and services in kind, plus 55,000 SF office bldg
EUL Program Management Commander, Naval Installations Command (CNIC): –Overall requirements responsibility –Policy and guidance –Phase II concurrence –Funding support (phase I support, phase II funding) NAVFAC HQ (Asset Management) –Program Management –Execution Oversight –Funding (pilot projects, phase I studies) –Training development/implementation Region (CNIC)/Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) –Execution by Asset Management Real Estate
FY 2011 Phase II Awards Phase II for FY11 NAVFAC Compound, HI: 18.5 acre site NSF Dahlgren, VA: 20-30 acres NAVSTA PH, HI: West Loch, 1,100 acres NAVSTA PH, HI: Waipio, 1,200 acres Phase I for FY11 Navy’s current plan is to conduct about 10 Phase I studies at various locations
NAVFAC Compound, Pearl Harbor 18.5 Acres Use – Industrial/ Warehouse
NSF Dahlgren, VA 20-30 acre site Waste to Energy Project 50MW
NB Pearl Harbor, West Loch 1,100 acres (259 acres available) Encumbered by ESQD arc Use: Renewable Energy (5 MW project) Photovoltaic
NB Pearl Harbor, Waipio Peninsula 1,200 acres (365 acres available) Encumbered by ESQD arc Use: Renewable Energy (5 MW Project) Photovoltaic
Current EUL Phase II Projects In Progress OLF Saufley, Pensacola, FL (Office Site)* SUBASE New London, CT (Utility Site)* Large Cavitation Channel, Memphis, TN (Industrial Site) SUBASE New London, CT (Restaurant Site)* SDA Norfolk, VA (Warehouse Site) NS Pearl Harbor, HI (Bio-Mass Energy Project) MCBH, Hawaii (Energy Project) NSF Indian Head (Energy Plant and Data Center Site) NAS Patuxent River (Office Site) NRC Solomons (Lodging and Recreation Site) JEB Little Creek-Fort Story (Waste to Energy Project)
Navy EUL Program EUL Web-Site www.navyeul.com Public site to find information on industry forums and planned EUL projects CNIC Program Manager: Robert Meehan (202) 433-4969 NAVFAC Program Manager: Larry Chernikoff (202) 685- 9186
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