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The Applied Research Laboratory at the University of Hawaii (ARL/UH) has received a $2.5 million contract from the Office of Naval Research to address electrical grids at three naval bases in Hawaii.  ARL/UH has funded HNEI to help develop a modernization and action plan to meet the Navy's future needs in Hawaii.  The work will be conducted by HNEI's Grid System Technologies Advanced Research Team (GridSTART).  For more information, contact Leon Roose, GridSTART Principal and Chief Technologist.  For details, see the University of Hawaii news release.
 
 

The Applied Research Laboratory at the University of Hawaii (ARL/UH) has received a $2.5 million contract from the Office of Naval Research to address electrical grids at three naval bases in Hawaii.  ARL/UH has funded HNEI to help develop a modernization and action plan to meet the Navy's future needs in Hawaii.  The work will be conducted by HNEI's Grid System Technologies Advanced Research Team (GridSTART).  For more information, contact Leon Roose, GridSTART Principal and Chief Technologist.  For details, see the University of Hawaii news release.

 

An aerial view of the USS Arizona and USS Missouri Memorials at Ford Island, Joint Base Pearl Harbor

The Applied Research Laboratory and Hawaii Natural Energy Institute have received $9 million for expanded testing and research at the wave energy test site located near Marine Corps Base Hawaii on Oahu.  See the University of Hawaii News Release for details.

Using proven fuel cell technology, HNEI and Sierra Lobo, Inc. have developed and demonstrated an efficient process to recover high-purity helium from NASA’s rocket engine testing sites. 

fuel cells, Helium

HNEI is supports the Asia-Pacific Technology and Education Partnership (APTEP), an educational, research and commerce development effort funded by the US Office of Naval Research.  APTEP's aim is to inspire collaboration and disseminate alternative energy technologies and research developments.  A video produced by ONR was released April 2014 to coincide with President Obama's visit to Asia. 

APTEP Video Link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3yMJyrYkkA

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