Wind-power companies awarded Energy Department grants

02/21/2013 | North American Windpower online

Small businesses working on energy conservation and renewable energy have been awarded 70 grants by the the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. Among those receiving a share of the $10.5 million total are: Colorado-based Boulder Nonlinear Systems, which is developing a compact offshore 3-D wind sensor; Ohio-based Hyper Tech Research, which is working on a transportable 5-6 MW superconducting wind turbine generator for land use; and Kansas-based Wetzel Engineering, which will develop field-assembled rotor blades for land-based turbines.

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