Solar Energy Storage Manufactured Energy Systems (METES)
Off-Grid Transportable Commercial Industrial Agricultural
TeraVolt Energy announces the 2021/22 Texas A&M Capstone Participants sponsored by the company. Two teams from the Texas A&M College of Agriculture will be participating in senior solar energy/energy storage Capstone projects sponsored by TeraVolt Energy. The projects will cover the 2021/2022 Semesters, and involve the design and analysis of a microgrid using TeraVolt\'s new Modular Expandable Transportable Energy System (METES). The Team from the Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department (BAEN) is comprised of senior Agricultural Engineering Students: Juliana Day, Jones Ard, Kamila Kurbanova, and Joshua McDonald. They are tasked for developing a concept for a community solar and energy storage microgrid concept employing the TVNRG METES (Modular Expandable Transportable Energy System). The second team of seniors representing the Agricultural Systems Management Department is: Lucas Steinkamp, Zachary Jett, Jinkyo Choung, and Randon Whitsitt. The BAEN and AGSM teams are working in tandem on the concept, with the BAEN Team designing the microgrid and the AGSM team developing a viable business model to deploy the system. TeraVolt Energy is proud to again be supporting the Texas A&M University Capstone Program and to have a part in the success of these future graduates of Texas A&M University.