Mesodyne’s high-energy-density ultra-quiet portable power generator reduces the battery load of dismounted warfighters by 75% so they can carry 2 extra gallons of water or 20 extra magazines of ammunition. Developed at MIT’s Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies and incubated at Argonne National Lab, the technology converts fuel to electricity in the 1-300 W range.
Its small form factor with ultra high energy density of 800-1000 Wh/kg far surpasses even state-of-the-art batteries.
Its multifuel operation requires no special fuels and is JP-8 compatible, unlike fuel cells.
Its silent and static conversion process has virtually no moving parts, unlike conventional generators which are loud and bulky.
Its ready-to-go operation means no downtime, long shelf life, and no sunlight needed.