Mick Wasco is the Installation Energy Manager at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Miramar. He is responsible for the installation’s energy and water efficiency, renewable, security, and behavior programs. Altogether, he ensures that MCAS Miramar achieves the energy and water requirements mandated by Congress and the President. At MCAS Miramar, the assets managed include over 1.5 MW of distributed PV systems, a 3.2 MW PPA for landfill power, central HVAC control system, advanced metering, a base wide reclaimed water utility network, and smart irrigation controllers. The program has amounted to over $40M in efficiency projects over the last 4 years, and operates at an annual utility budget of $13M per year. Mick has a BS in Structural Engineering from the University of California, San Diego. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in California for Civil, and is a Certified Energy Manager by the Association of Energy Engineers. This past year, he received the Federal Engineer of the Year Agency Award for the United States Marine Corps from the National Society of Professional Engineers. Also, recently received the award for Energy Manager of the Year in Region V from the Association of Energy Engineers.