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    USN NAVSEA Naval Power & Energy Systems

    https://www.navsea.navy.mil/Resources/NPES-Tech-Development-Roadmap/

    "The 2019 Naval Power and Energy System Technology Development Roadmap aligns electric power and energy system development with increasing warfighter power needs, enabling the U.S. Navy to expand our maritime superiority over our adversaries. Development of roadmap was spearheaded by NAVSEA's Electric Ships Office (PMS 320) and represents the Navy's vision for the future of electric power and energy systems."


    https://www.navsea.navy.mil/Portals/103/Documents/2019_NPES_TDR_Distribution_A_Approved_Final.pdf
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    Thanks for posting this. It's a lot to digest. Maybe we'll talk about it some more.

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