Salt River Project and ASU partner to explore Renewable Energy
Aug 17 | The Navajo Post
TEMPE - When it comes to research, time and money is what makes the efforts worth wild. But for SPR, they can now explore new ways to produce solar energy, thanks to a ASU grant.
Salt River Project and Arizona State University are partnering for renewable energy research. ASU will provide SRP three researchers with $150,000 over three years, reported the Phoenix Journal.
SRP said, The designated researchers will investigate how to accurately ascertain the states of charge and health of batteries used to store energy for renewable energy.
The SRP said the grant program provides a platform for applied research through their faculty and facilities.