Hawaii Energy and Environmental Technologies Initiative 2009 (HEET)
Technical Report,01 Dec 2009,30 Sep 2015
Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, University of Hawaii at Manoa Honolulu United States
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This report summarizes work conducted under Grant Award Number N00014-19-l-0310, the Hawaii Energy and Environmental Technologies Initiative 2009 HEET09, funded by the Officeof Naval Research ONR to the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute HNEI of the University of Hawaii at Manoa UH. This continued efforts initiated under previous HEET awards on critical technology needs associated with the development of advanced fuel cells and fuel cell systems, an expanded effort on fuel processing and purification, the extraction and stability of seabed methane hydrates, and testing and evaluation of alternative energy systems for the Pacific Region. Testing and evaluation of alternative energy systems includes heat exchangers for Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion OTEC, grid-scale battery energy storage, photovoltaic PVsystems, a fast-fill hydrogen fueling station, energy efficiency test platforms, and alternative biofuels development.
- Electrochemical Energy Storage