A joint venture of Concurrent Technologies Corp. and the University of Dayton Research Institute received $3 million in task orders during the months of August and September to support U.S. Air Force‘s energy management and efficiency efforts.
E2 Technologies secured the orders as part of a potential $99 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Advanced Power Technology Office, CTC said Thursday.
CTC noted it aims to complete the development of flightline generator configuration designed to increase the performance of current Air Force generators.
The company will also work to develop a Joint Operational Environment Modeling and Simulation prototype for the service branch to incorporate energy consumption data in operational planning and procurement decisions.
“These projects represent just some of the work that CTC has done and is doing to help ensure the U.S. Air Force has the energy it needs when it needs it,” said Ed Sheehan, president and CEO at CTC.
Sheehan added the company works with URDI to research, test and transition energy and environmental technology platforms to customers.
CTC will also help deliver resources and support services to the Air Force as part of an enterprise approach towards the implementation of cyber-secure and physical energy assurance programs.