Lockheed Martin to Partner with SkyBuilt Power to Develop the Integrated Smart-BEAR Power System (ISBPS) for the U.S. Air Force
May 6, 2010 – Lockheed Martin, the global security company, and BCSE member SkyBuilt Power, the leader in self-contained, rapidly deployable, renewable and hybrid energy power systems, announced today a partnership to develop the Integrated Smart-BEAR Power System (ISBPS) for the U.S. Air Force. The Basic Expeditionary Airfield Resources (BEAR) program equips U.S. forces with lightweight, air-transportable assets used to establish mobile air bases. ISBPS is an intelligent system that will integrate a variety of energy sources, including renewables, into the existing BEAR power grid, with goals to reduce fuel consumption by 25 percent, alleviate logistics burdens and improve power availability.
For more information on this partnership, please view Lockheed Martin's full press release.
SkyBuilt Power's rugged, transportable power stations combine solar arrays, wind turbines, battery banks, and optional backup generators. They have been used by the U.S. military, the Department of Homeland Security, and other customers for a variety of purposes, including mobile power mountaintop stations, renewable energy cell tower systems, and transportable hybrid electric power station.
For more information on SkyBuilt Power, please visit the company's website.