U.S. Army tests renewable energy systems for soldiers in the field

May 25, 2012

U.S. military scientists have started to test microgrids that would provide clean energy to soldiers in the field, in a bid to mitigate the risks associated with fuel transportation to dangerous areas and to make soldiers’ work less technically complex. Since 2009, scientists from the Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC) have been developing two systems – RENEWS and REDUCE – which are being tested at the Fort Irwin National Training Center in California, and by U.S. Africa Command. .. Continue Reading U.S. Army tests renewable energy systems for soldiers in the field

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