On Monday July 21, MILSPRAY’s Patrick Murphy (Business Development) and Joe Gerschutz (Engineering Manager) visited the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point to discuss MILSPRAY’s renewable energy solutions with both the academic staff and Garrison. MILSPRAY’s patented Scorpion Energy Hunter™ for renewable energy generation and off-grid back-up power capability, both of which increase energy security.
Did you know that the majority of renewable energy systems are developed with a precise location in mind and then designed for optimal harvesting potential for that specified location? Herein lies the problem, this methodology works well for buildings or traditional brick and mortar structures on a military base, but it presents a serious challenge for Forward Operating Bases (FOBs) and Main Operating Bases (MOBs). However, the Scorpion Energy Hunter ™ is not only deployable, but the array can be adjusted to operate in any location in the world, making it an effective solution for both Forward Operating Bases (FOBs) and Main Operating Bases (MOBs).
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