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Adena Power earns U.S. Army SBIR Phase 1 Award

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BRITE member Adena Power has earned a U.S. Army Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 1 award under the Energy Demand Reduction and Clean Energy Open Topic. With its focus on developing sodium-based battery technology, Adena aims to provide a solution to the U.S. Army’s requirement for secure and resilient energy storage. Their technology boasts energy-dense cell architecture, efficient thermal management, and uses abundant U.S. materials, like sodium, to overcome the limitations of conventional lithium-ion batteries. This initiative will explore the integration of Adena’s storage solution into military microgrids and its effectiveness in supporting electrified transportation in various operational environments. Adena Power looks to enhance national security while promoting sustainable energy storage advancements.

Discover more about Adena Power’s innovative project and its potential impact on energy storage for national security on the original story at PR Underground.

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