Over 50 presenters will attend MIT Energy Night 2018. Below, you can find a short summary on few of them!
Last year's Energy Night 2017 Showcases:
Altaeros will be showcasing a model of their SuperTower, an airborne telecommunications technology. The SuperTower utilizes Altaeros’ proprietary tethered aerostat design and automation technology to deploy approximately 800 feet high and provide coverage equivalent to a network of up to 30 conventional cell towers.
MIT Motorsports is the student-run Formula SAE team at MIT. The team designs and builds formula-style cars for the international Formula SAE competition. They developed their first ever electric-powered FSAE car in 2017 and had the second overall finish at the FSAE Electric category at the Lincoln Competition.
The MIT Motorport will demonstrate their formula-style open wheel electric racecar at MIT Energy Night 2017.
From typhoon relief to protecting against load sheddin OffGridBox™ is helping NGOs, schools, hospitals, businesses and homeowners become more sustainable, secure and independent.
The OffGridBox™ system fits entirely inside a 6x6x6 feet shipping container and is equipped with all the hardware needed to produce electricity and clean water.
Offgridbox will showcase their battery pack technology at MIT Energy Night 2017.
MIT STAR TEAM
The Solar Thermal Aerogel Receiver (STAR) MIT research team will present at Energy Night and demo how an aerogel solar thermal receiver can reach higher temperatures. STAR uses transparent silica aerogel to develop a new type of solar thermal receiver. Silica aerogel's low thermal conductivity combined with optical transparency allows sunlight to be efficiently converted to high temperature heat.
Flight Infinity will be demonstrating their wind-powered drone inspired by the flight of the albatross. The drone provides situational awareness to the stakeholders of the offshore industry, including Oil and Gas, and Offshore wind.