The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Defense and Disaster Deployable Turbine (D3T) project is evaluating the market potential for rapidly deployable wind energy technologies.
Led by DOE’s National Laboratories, the D3T project works with military and wind industry stakeholders to develop deployable wind energy technologies that can meet the unique energy needs of defense operations and responses to humanitarian crises.
The DOE National Laboratory team is soliciting stakeholder input and collaboration on:
- Technical specifications for deployable wind concepts, prototypes, and commercial products, along with data on systems used in defense or disaster response applications
- Performance specifications for energy systems to support defense operational energy needs
- Developing optimal deployable wind turbine systems from research and development through evaluation, as well as fielding systems in an operational environment.
To learn more about D3T, download the fact sheet: