PowerAdvocate Receives DOE Funds

Posted by NAW Staff on May 27, 2009 No Comments
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Boston-based PowerAdvocate will receive a Department of Energy (DOE) grant to support the 20% Wind Energy by 2030 initiative. PowerAdvocate will specifically concentrate on overcoming supply-chain obstacles to wind power.

According to the company, supply-chain bottlenecks exist for key components such as gearboxes, structural metal and inverters.

Through the PowerAdvocate Energy Intelligence Platform, decision-makers across the energy value chain are empowered to overcome existing constraints in the supply chain, prepare for development of new capital wind projects and expedite wind development efforts in the U.S.

SOURCE: PowerAdvocate

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