Moshman Research will be Hydrodynamics Lead on ARPA-e funded research

Just announced, Moshman Research will be part of a 3 year, $3.3M research effort to develop hydrokinetic riverine turbines for delivering clean, economically viable energy to remote communities! Teaming up with the University of Alaska FairbanksBladeRunner Energy, C-Motive Technologies and FibreMax, Moshman Research will be the Hydrodynamics Lead. We will simulate and optimize the performance of the rotor as well as the overall system. The designs will be tested on the Tanana River outside of Fairbanks, AK. The work is funded by the Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency, ARPA-E Congratulations to whole team!

Check out the full press release from ARPA-e.