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Sustainable Energy Technologies
ARA is dedicated to developing sustainable and scalable energy technologies, continually pushing the boundaries of research and development to provide real-world energy savings solutions for our clients. To achieve success in this fast-paced and ever-changing technological environment, we employ a diverse set of highly-experienced specialists that includes scientists, engineers, and technicians from the electrical, mechanical, chemical, and mathematical fields. These experts form a cohesive group that effectively evaluates clients’ needs and develops immediate and cost effective solutions.
Our extensive skill set stems from a synergistic combination of experience in power system design, renewables, electrochemistry, fluid and thermal sciences, high-performance computing, database design, embedded control systems and instrumentation, design for manufacture, design of experiments, modeling and simulation, and developing turnkey applications. We are also able to draw on knowledge from ARA’s diverse subject matter experts to provide across-the-board satisfaction to our clients.
We address operational energy challenges and advance solutions that increase efficiency, reduce fuel consumption, increase reliability, and ensure ease-of-use. We provide cost-saving production and conservation measures for the military, for industry, and for our homes that will help strengthen America’s energy security. As a full-service environmental consulting firm, we help our customers meet today’s complex compliance, safety and cultural resource management requirements.
We provide cost-saving production and conservation measures for the military, for industry, and for our homes that will help strengthen America's energy security.
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