The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at UIC announced they have entered into an agreement with New Energy Innovations, Inc., to enhance the traffic-powered sustainable source of clean energy at intersections, municipalities, airport entrances, toll booths, as well as entrance and exit ramps, nationwide. Ralph A. Black, creator and inventor of the patented Traffic Powered Renewable Energy System (TPRES™), along with Chief Technical Officer and co-inventor, Asad Ali, have worked closely together on the design and effectiveness of this renewable energy system. The UIC Senior Mechanical Engineering and Design Team will be working on optimizing the best mechanical system.

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