Marine Corps Fuel Cell Efforts Tri-Service Power Exposition July 16, 2003 1 USMC Acquisition Assistant AssistantSecretary Secretary Of the Navy Of the Navy Research, Research,Development Development &&Acquisition Acquisition Chief ChiefofofNaval NavalResearch Research Office OfficeofofNaval NavalResearch Research Commanding CommandingGeneral
General Marine Corps Marine Corps Systems SystemsCommand Command Information InformationSystems Systems Infantry InfantryWeapons Weapons Systems Systems Commandant Commandantofofthe the Marine Corps Marine Corps Commanding CommandingGeneral General Marine Corps Marine Corps Combat
CombatDevelopment Development Command Command Battlespace Management Battlespace Management &&Air AirDefense Defense Ground GroundTransportation Transportation &&Engineer EngineerSystems Systems MAGTF MAGTFC4I C4I Armor Armor&&Fire Fire Support Systems Support Systems PM Ground Transportation PM Engineer Systems PM Expeditionary Power Systems
Commanding CommandingOfficer Officer Marine Corps Marine Corps Operational OperationalTest Test&& Evaluation Activity Evaluation Activity Product Groups Combat CombatEquipment Equipment &&Support SupportSystems Systems Program Managers 2 ALTERNATIVE POWER SOURCES FOR COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT (APSCE) Multi-SINCGARS Power Adaptor Radio Power
Adaptors Power Converters Single SINCGARS Power Adaptor FY02 FY03 Fuel Cells Solar Power FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 3 USMC Fuel Cell Efforts Requirement under APSCE Alternative to Batteries Past Experimentation On-Going / Future Efforts Cooperative Efforts
Fuel Cell Program Efforts Program Manager Intelligence Systems Procuring and assessing 3 Ball PPS-50 units Working with NSWC-Crane to characterize Will be addressing unique Intel needs and requirements Program Manager Infantry Weapons Systems Actively involved with Army PM for Objective Warrior Will perform FY04 power assessment for USMC suite Office of Naval Research 6.1 Basic Research Funding University of South Carolina - Power Analysis Tool Model performs system assessment (power throughput) Addressing the ability to perform collective assessment Funding University of Pennsylvania Direct diesel fueled Fuel Cell Address tolerance of sulfur in fuel 6 Fuel Cell Future Efforts Small Business Innovative Research Program Proposed effort (planned for next SBIR solicitation) Address Safety and Transportability of packaged fuel Need to meet unique Naval Transport Requirements Phase I - Analysis / Design Phase II Build / Test systems Office of Naval Research evaluation Procuring 2 Ball PPS-50 DMFC units Will test with USMC operators and tactics - FY04 Will assess unique USMC factors and issues 7
Points of Contact Marine Corps Systems Command Advanced Power Team Leader Mrs. Joanne Martin martinjm @ mcsc.usmc.mil Office of Naval Research Basic Research for Power Sources Mr. Cliff Anderson [email protected] Office of Naval Research Applied Research for Expeditionary Energy Maj Craig Penrose [email protected] 8
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