FSU Center for Advanced Power Systems nets $35M Naval Award

FSU Center for Advanced Power Systems nets $35M Naval Award

FSU Center for Advanced Power Systems nets $35M Naval Award

Florida State University’s Center for Advanced Power Systems has been awarded a five-year $35 million grant by the U.S. Navy’s Office of Naval Research to bring together researchers to spur innovation and advance the Navy’s efforts to build an all-electric ship.

“We are thrilled and grateful for this show of support from the Office of Naval Research,” said Vice President for Research Gary K. Ostrander. “CAPS has pioneered power systems testing and to be recognized by the Navy in this way demonstrates their value as a research partner and the high quality of their work.”

 

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