Galenfeha to provide military with computer-controlled batteries
Galenfeha specializes in advanced energy storage technologies, which are essentially very high-tech batteries that are engineered for specific technical purposes. The company manufactures microprocessor-controlled battery systems to power high precision automated systems.
The Pentagon has received a small amount of those batteries for use in military targeting systems. Military operators have been sufficiently impressed to convince them to make an initial order for Galenfeha’s biggest computer-controlled batteries.
James Ketner, Galenfeha's founder and Chairman, said that though the technology is still patent pending, the company is looking forward to rolling the batteries out for the military.
"We recently sold some of these batteries to the military for preliminary testing purposes,” Ketner said. “We didn't want to get the investing community too excited by making an announcement before the products had been tested and proven in the field. This order confirms our technology's reliability and performance, as well as what we believe will be a continued and growing future relationship with the U.S. military."
Galenfeha is now in the process of designing new energy storage solutions for various military applications.