REACHE Program

Renewable Energy Architecture for Cultural and Human Environments (REACHE)

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MKThink was hired by the US Office of Naval Research to conduct research related to energy efficient platforms. As a result, the REACHE program was born, which stands for “Renewable Energy Architecture for Cultural and Human Environments” (REACHE).

The program’s objective is to establish a case for measuring, evaluating, and predicting the relationships between renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency, environmentally responsive architectural design, and work place functionality within a culturally appropriate context. REACHE hypothesizes that significant value can be realized by better understanding and managing the relationships among energy efficiency and energy generating strategies.

The hypothesis of REACHE is that significant value can be realized by better understanding and managing the relationships among energy efficiency and energy generating strategies.

Additionally, as part of the ONR REACHE Contract, MKThink was tasked with collecting cultural, architectural and environmental data during the bilateral military exercises between the Philippines and US Marines stationed in Crow Valley, Philippines.

REACHE Venn Diagram (Source: MKThink)

  • 2012 AWARD

    2012 Defense Energy Technology Challenge
    WINNER at the Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit & Expo

  • 2013 AWARD

    2013 Global Islands Solutions Challenge
    FINALIST at the Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit & Expo

  • 2014 AWARD

    2014 Global Islands Innovation Challenge
    FINALIST at the Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit & Expo

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