Visionary Project Led By UC-Riverside, SolarMax Technology, Government and Industry Partners Points the Way to Solar's Future
NASA's space technology program is seeking proposals to develop solar array systems for space power in high radiation and low solar energy environments.
In the near future, NASA will need solar cells and arrays for multiple applications in robotic and human space exploration missions. Because these systems were traditionally developed for operation near Earth, there is a need to develop new solar array concepts as NASA considers missions that require exposure to more intense radiation environments and travel ever farther from the sun.
NASA hopes to solicit proposals for the development of promising technologies to increase solar cells that will work under low intensity, low temperature and high radiation environments.
Proposals will be accepted from U.S. organizations, including NASA centers and other government agencies, federally funded research and development centers, educational institutions, industry and nonprofit organizations.
Congressman Valadao Joins with CalCom Solar, Medeiros and Son Dairy, Local Officials and Project Partners to Dedicate 1.1MW Solar System in California's Central Valley
Sharp Integrates with Energy Toolbase Software to Streamline the Proposal Creation Process for SmartStorage® Energy Storage Installations
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