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Home Military Energy Efficiency Military Energy Efficiency The U.S. Marines Solicit Submissions on Tactical Energy Harvesting

The U.S. Marines Solicit Submissions on Tactical Energy Harvesting

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Once a year, the U.S. Marine Corps invites select industry stakeholders to the Experimental Forward Operating Base (ExFOB) to demonstrate off-the-shelf technologies with potential to address current Marine Corps capability gaps. Presently, as a part of their effort to reduce battlefield energy and water requirements, the Marines are soliciting submissions on “Tactical Energy Harvesting” for the purpose of determining market capability of suitable technologies.  The ExFOB team is primarily interested in technologies that harvest energy from Marines in motion and waste heat from standard generators. Read more details here.



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