Case Studies on Technology Adoption in Navy Energy and Environmental Technology Project
Gordon, Kristi L.
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Purpose: to create and analyze case studies on Navy energy and environmental technology transition program (TTP) projects. Approach: couples research on innovation with interviews of S&T professionals to identify common themes in the adoption of technologies on naval installations. Also, investigates how the Navy's Adoption Readiness Levels may improve technology adoption. Goal: to aid decision-makers to more effectively facilitate adoption of energy and environmental technologies on naval installations.
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