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US Army Showcases green technology at SAE 2009 World Congress

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US Army
: 01 April, 2009  (New Product)
The U.S. Army will showcase advancements in its alternative energy technology at the Society of Automobile Engineers 2009 World Congress, Cobo Center, April 20-23.
The display, located at booth 601, will feature green technology the tank Automotive Research, Development Engineering Center (TARDEC) and its National Automotive Center (NAC) are developing with industry partners, academia and other government agencies. Vehicles on display will include a hybrid-electric High Mobility Multi-Purpose Wheeled Vehicle and a Reconnaissance Surveillance and Targeting Vehicle. New power-management and energy storage technologies will also be displayed and TARDEC associates will be on-hand to demonstrate the Army’s advancements in wind and solar-powered capabilities.

The annual World Congress features exhibits, seminars and workshops for engineers from around the world to observe developments throughout the automotive industry. This year, TARDEC and NAC associates will demonstrate how the Army is leading the way in developing alternative energy technology to power its vehicles as part of the Congress’s 2009 theme, “Racing to Green Mobility.”

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