AFRL developing rapidly-deployable, independent energy sources for remote military sites
These lightweight solar panels on Mt. Koke’e, Hawaii, are part of the Energy Assurance at Remote Radar Sites project, a one-year effort managed by the AFRL Advanced Power Technology Office to demonstrate rapidly-deployable, off-grid energy technologies for increased mission energy resiliency in remote locations. (Photo courtesy of University of Dayton Research Institute/AJ Mouser)

Photo by: AJ Mouser |  VIRIN: 170710-F-FX606-002.JPG