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Advanced Renewable Power LLC is a Mobile Power Grid (MPG) Company. Our products are specifically designed for countries without electric power grids. Our MPG products are self-sustaining power generating units that are installed on trailers, containers, and semi-trucks. ARP is comprised of a team of designers, engineers, scientists, and business development executives who together possess over 300 combined years of experience in advanced Mobile Power Grid (MPG) systems, Stationary Power Grid (SPG) Systems, Lithium-Ion batteries, and cell production systems. We developed and manufactured compact, high performance power solutions to power the next generation of hybrid electric transit buses and delivery trucks. ARP’s team has designed two Hybrid Power Systems (HPS) and two Stationary Power systems (SPS). Our team has experience to design and manufacture our new products which are 25 Kilowatt Hour (KWH) battery packs, 25KWH-MPG, 100KWH-MPG, 500 KWH-MPG, 500KWH-SPG, 1000 KWH-MPG, 5000 KWH-MPG, and 5000 KWH-SPG systems. 

Our team also built the Sochi winter Olympics 2.5 MWH back up Grid Energy Storage system in Russia. Our team also designed, engineered, manufactured, installed, and maintained several multimillion dollar systems at power utilities in the United States, Europe, and Japan. ARP is planning to develop its own batteries for use in its future products. 

Over the past 10 years, the ARP team has been conducting research & development and commercializing product in the, Hybrid Power Systems, Stationary Power Systems, Electric Vehicle (EV), Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PHEV), and Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) markets.

The ARP management team has been developing advanced technologies in these areas for the last 10 years at other companies. We are developing thermal management systems that prevent batteries from thermal events. This technology will also substantially increase battery life. Current batteries have to be charged several hours in order to drive 70 to 80 miles. Our ultimate goal is to charge the battery in 5 minutes and have it drive for 500 miles. Our new digital validation, modeling, and simulation technologies will allow us to accomplish this goal at a fraction of traditional research and development cost.