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US Air Force Pilots New Solar Power Storage System

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Air Force pilots new solar power storage system, a component of the new Advanced Energy Storage and Management System (AESM) spearheaded by the Air Force Research Laboratory Power Technology Office. The Air Force Research Laboratory is looking at a computer center in Hawaii to demonstrate an advanced system for collecting, storing and using solar power. The goal is to demonstrate that solar power can add to a seamless energy management system for a sensitive, high-demand facility. If the pilot project is successful, it could be applied at other US Department of Defense facilities. Read More on this story published 21 October in Clean Technica. 



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