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Charles River Analytics to Develop Space Data Analysis Tool Under DARPA Program

Charles River Analytics has received a $1.3 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop a tool for U.S. military commanders to understand and address potential space threats. The company said Tuesday it designed PICASSA to help users collect, analyze and interpret space situational awareness data as part of DARPA’s Hallmark program. PICASSA …

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Lockheed’s Energy Division Seeks Partners to Help Develop Flow Battery Offering

Lockheed Martin‘s energy unit seeks development and manufacturing partners from the solar industry who can help develop the company’s flow battery technology, PV Tech reported Tuesday. John Battaglini, director of business development at Lockheed Martin Energy, said the company sees four primary applications for its future long-duration energy storage offering …

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DOE Selects 43 Small Businesses for Clean Energy Projects Under 2nd Round of SB Vouchers Pilot

The Energy Department has selected 43 small businesses to collaborate with 12 national laboratories to develop next-generation clean energy technology as part of the $8 million second round of the Small Business Vouchers pilot program. The small businesses will each receive vouchers worth up to $300,000 and the opportunity to work with the various …

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Barbara Humpton on Siemens Gov’t Technologies’ Renewable Energy Focus, Infrastructure Trends to Watch

Barbara Humpton became chief operating officer of Siemens Government Technologies — the German conglomerate’s U.S. federal subsidiary — in December 2014 after three years as head of business development for the organization. The 25-year GovCon sector veteran and senior vice president at SGT has been with the subsidiary since its start in 2011 and …

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Lockheed Deploys Solar Array for NOAA Weather Satellite; Pam Sullivan Comments

The solar panels built for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration‘s Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite – R series have been tested, approved and sent to Lockheed Martin‘s facility in Denver to be incorporated onto the spacecraft. NASA said Tuesday that the solar array, which contains five sections that come together to resemble …

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Siemens, Bechtel, AECOM Team for $7B Army Renewable Energy Program; Judy Marks, Greg Frank Comment

Siemens Government Technologies will lead team comprising of Bechtel and AECOM to support renewable energy installations under a $7 billion program run by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Defense Department aims to deploy three gigawatts of renewable energy using geothermal, wind, biomass and solar technologies by 2025, Siemens said Wednesday. The Siemens team was …

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