SEFE, a solutions-driven sustainability company developing and deploying a promising solution to our world's energy problems, announced that it is pursuing a partnership with the University of Colorado's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The SEFE team plans to work with both the Colorado Center for Power Electronics and the Center for Environmental Technology to perform research and development related to the physics and engineering of the Harmony III system.
"We are pleased to have the privilege of working with some of the top atmospheric scientists in the world through the University of Colorado," commented Michael Hurowitz, SEFE's Director of Engineering. "The university will be a critical partner in perfecting SEFE's core technology and further developing the key aspects of the Harmony III platform."
The research partnership will seek to develop a more accurate understanding of the physics governing atmospheric corona discharge. The goal is to develop a mathematical routine and compare to experimental data gathered in testing various elements of the Harmony III system. SEFE will also engage engineering teams from the university to assist in the design and testing of various subsystems related to Harmony III.
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