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    1. Saft Provides Energy Storage for Railgun Project

      Saft Provides Energy Storage for Railgun Project

      DAHLGREN, Va., 22 April 2016. U.S. Navy researchers needed energy storage technologies to help develop a long-range shipboard weapon that fires projectiles using electrical power instead of chemical propellants. They found their solution from battery designer Saft America Inc. in Cockeysville, Md. Officials of the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) in Dahlgren, Va., announced plans Wednesday to award a sole-source contract to Saft to help Navy researchers develop non-propagating energy storage modules for the future electromagnetic railgun.

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      Mentions: Saft K2 Energy
    2. Erigo Technologies Taps EaglePicher Technology for Microgrid Energy Storage

      Erigo Technologies Taps EaglePicher Technology for Microgrid Energy Storage

      Engineers at Erigo Technologies LLC in Enfield, N.H., needed an energy storage technology for their work on the Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) for the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD). They found their solution at EaglePicher Technologies LLC (EPT), a producer of specialty batteries and energy storage solutions, in Joplin, Mo. 

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      Mentions: DoE U.S. NREL
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