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Bob Brammer, Northrop Grumman Reach for ‘M.O.R.E. POWER’

Bob Brammer

Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) has partnered with Montana-based Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers (RMSC) to form the Maximizing and Optimizing Renewable Energy (M.O.R.E.) POWER initiative, a program combining the supercomputing abilities of RMSC with the site selection tool belonging to Northrop Grumman to help find out which wind and solar farms would be best used for renewable energy projects.

The firm notes that M.O.R.E. POWER can cut costs for wind energy farms networks.

“More than 15 years of research and operations in weather and climate modeling, supercomputing applications, and optimization technology for the U.S. government has been applied to the site selection tool that enables M.O.R.E. POWER, and this technology has now been adapted for wind and solar farm networks, ” said Dr. Robert Brammer, vice president and chief technology officer for Northrop Grumman’s Information Systems sector. “Significant progress is being made in Montana and Northrop Grumman looks forward to a continued partnership with the state and RMSC in support of establishing the Rocky Mountain region as a renewable energy leader in North America.”

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