AFCEA Bethesda Energy, Infrastructure, and Environment (EIE) Summit
November 3, 2022
National Press Club
529 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20045

Registration Rates

AFCEA Member: $209

AFCEA Non-Member: $219

Sponsor: $209

Onsite Registration: $229

Government/Military*: Complimentary

*Reserved for current government and active duty military – excludes government contractors.

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Delivering Energy Resiliency in a Dynamic Digital Environment

These are uncertain times for the nation’s energy infrastructurea pillar of our economy, our defense, and practically every facet of day-to-day life. From energy generation to transmission and usage, the current challenges are to navigate a cluster of unprecedented threats and to imagine a new foundation for our changing energy needs. We need an energy foundation that's built to last. For that to happen, the emerging energy infrastructure must be able to withstand numerous threats and challenges: climate change and its implications, supply-chain disruptions, threats to cybersecurity, aging infrastructure, and geopolitical upheavals that erode energy security.     

How do we meet those challenges and build an energy infrastructure that is resilient, secure, innovative, modernized, and flexible enough to accommodate inevitable shifts in the energy landscape?   

At last year’s summit, Modernizing for a Resilient Future, we learned that government must harness the power of data and IT to defeat a range of challenges: from climate change and destructive natural phenomena (floods, wildfires, droughts, hurricanes) to persistent cyberthreats. Building on lessons learned last year, EIE 2022 will take a deeper dive into risk factors threatening resiliency and how agencies are mitigating them.  

Join us for the EIE 2022 Summit and hear how public- and private-sector leaders are balancing the demands and challenges of energy, infrastructure, and environment.