PowerDocks taps into sustainability needs

WATER FEATURE: PowerDocks Managing Partner Anthony Baro, left, is with mechanical engineer Dan Servant at the company’s Fall River facility. Servant is working on a prototype remote monitoring buoy that can gather and transmit aquaculture data to shore.
PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN
WATER FEATURE: PowerDocks Managing Partner Anthony Baro, left, is with mechanical engineer Dan Servant at the company’s Fall River facility. Servant is working on a prototype remote monitoring buoy that can gather and transmit aquaculture data to shore.
PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN
2019 PBN Innovative Companies: Maritime PowerDocks LLC CREATING AN INNOVATIVE product is one thing. But PowerDocks LLC is riding its products’ momentum to fuel a whole industry within an industry that is sustainable, to boot. PowerDocks’ expansion has been guided by market demand. The marine-engineering company makes floating docks, moorings and customized platforms powered by…

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