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Sustainable Energy Technologies reports it has been selected by a New York-based contractor to supply its Bidirex energy storage inverter for a U.S. Army contract to demonstrate a new Intelligent Scalable Micro-Grid solution.

First deliveries are planned for this month. Sustainable Energy Technologies says the identity of the contractor is not disclosed due to confidentiality obligations and for competitive reasons.

“‘AC coupled’ microgrids are gaining ground quickly as the next generation off-grid system due to their flexible, modular design, with the military taking a leading role in deployment and demonstration," says Brent Harris, chief technology officer of Sustainable Energy.




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