Anderson-based Go Electric Inc. has secured another U.S. military contract. The nearly $300,000 agreement involves microgrid technology for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Construction Energy Research Lab. Go Electric says the contract will mark the fourth deployment of its AutoLYNC microgrid control technology, with previous installations at bases in Hawaii, Utah and Michigan.
Chief Executive Officer Lisa Laughner says "we are leveraging our experience from successful deployments at stationary microgrid projects into a portable, ruggedized solution. This solution is poised to support not only military facilities world-wide, but will also serve as an energy resiliency solution for disaster relief."
The company says the new system will integrate multiple energy sources, including engine-driven generators, renewable energy assets and host-nation/shore power with battery energy storage. You can connect to more about the most recent contract by clicking here.