Solid State Battery (SSB) component fabrication and scale-up | tuckerlab.lbl.gov/research | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Mike Tucker, email@example.com
SSB component fabrication, assembly, testing, and diagnostics. A focus on oxide and halide materials, ceramic processing, and fabrication of unique porous structures. Facilities include slurry formulation, tape casting, sintering, and diagnostic tools.
(e.g., Device, Cell, Pack)
Advanced separation systems for ionic purification, removal and recovery | exergycorp.com | Exergy Systems, Inc. | Azita Yazdani, firstname.lastname@example.org
Exergy manufacturers advanced and conventional separation technologies for recovery and recycling of water and materials.
High voltage power converters/inverters for energy storage and integrations | AmePower.com | AmeTrade Inc. DBA AmePower | Juan Munoz, email@example.com
20 years of experience in High Power Converters, 44,000 SqFt flexible state-of-the-art facility, in-house engineering, 1 MW testbench, US base company providing local technical support, quick turnaround, certified ISO-9001:2015.
Cell Analysis, Modeling, and Prototyping (CAMP) facility | anl.gov/cse/cell-analysis-modeling-and-prototyping-camp-facility | Argonne National Laboratory | Andrew Jansen, Jansen@anl.gov
Validate performance of advanced battery materials in prototype electrodes and pouch cells.
High-efficiency reversible fuel cells for long duration energy storage | power-h2.com | Power to Hydrogen | Alex Zorniger, firstname.lastname@example.org
P2H2 develops high-efficiency reversible fuel cells to provide long-duration energy storage. Reversible fuel cells can produce hydrogen and electricity all in one unit, which significantly reduces system cost.
Lithium Seawater Batteries | polyplus.com | PolyPlus Battery Company | Bruce Katz, email@example.com
PolyPlus Battery Company (“PolyPlus”), a privately-held company focused on the development of next generation batteries, is pleased to announce that it has installed a pilot manufacturing line for producing advanced lithium seawater batteries (Li/SWBs) for subsea and deep ocean applications. This manufacturing line is now fully operational at PolyPlus’ facility in Berkeley, California allowing interested government, academic and industry customers to obtain fully functional batteries in support of applied research and development projects.
Laser material processing and characterization | atap.lbl.gov | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Cameron Geddes, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advanced nondestructive evaluation techniques for characterization of surfaces and for high resolution over large volumes. Ultrafast lasers for material processing (collab. with Energy Storage & Distributed Resources Division).
Recycling & Reuse
Recycling of cathode and anode materials for/from LiBs | revoltbatterytechnology.com | ReVolt Battery Technology Corp. | Jan Naidu, email@example.com
ReVolt develops recycling technology for reclaiming high-energy cathode materials for/from lithium-ion batteries. With the smallest environmental foot print we provide the best yield of CAM for LiB re-use and second-life stationary applications.
Systems Integration & Operation
Large scale project implementation and technology demonstration | prairie.illinois.edu/ | Illinois Sustainable Technology Center — Prairie Research Institute — University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign | Sebastiano Giardinella, firstname.lastname@example.org
We work with companies to coordinate demonstration projects leveraging host site, funding, EPC and OEM relationships. UIUC-owned and operated grid provides existing testing ground for ES technologies.
Grid Storage Launchpad at PNNL | pnnl.gov/grid-storage-launchpad-pnnl | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory | Vincent Sprenkle, email@example.com
Opening in 2023, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s new Grid Storage Launchpad will accelerate the development and deployment of long-duration, low-cost grid energy storage by bringing together researchers and industry from around the country.
Onboard and off-board EV to Grid power converter design | naviaenergy.com | Navia Energy Inc. | Babu Jain, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are developing EV to Grid onboard and off board power electronic which reduces Power Device count by 50%, diverts grid transient faults and provide energy resilience to building.
Small-scale hydrogen energy storage systems | elektrikgreen.com | ElektrikGreen, Inc. | Chris Allo, email@example.com
ElektrikGreen has developed the first zero-carbon, hydrogen-based energy storage system designed specifically for residential homes and businesses in the U.S.
Transmission connected long duration energy storage deployment | Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) | Matt Hone, firstname.lastname@example.org
LADWP is working with multiple entities to deploy a demonstration project to measure performance and reliability of emerging LDES technologies.
FLEXLAB® | flexlab.lbl.gov | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Cindy Regnier, CMRegnier@lbl.gov
FLEXLAB® allows users to develop and test energy-efficient building and grid technologies individually or as an integrated system, under real-world conditions. We offer a scalable platform to research a wide range of building-to-grid distributed energy resource technologies and controls for many types of grid applications.
Long Duration Energy Storage using Liquid Compressed Air | cryostone.com | Cryostone | Nicki Stuckert, Nicki@cryostone.com
We use temperature swing adsorption and direct contact heat exchange to liquify and store air cheaper & more efficiently than conventional CAES.
Materials Discovery & Processing
Thermal Energy Group | appliedenergyscience.lbl.gov/thermal-energy | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Sumanjeet Kaur, SKaur1@lbl.gov
Uses a nano-to-macro understanding of heat to improve energy technologies (low-T and high-T).
The Materials Project | materialsproject.org | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Kristin Persson, KAPersson@lbl.gov
Harnessing the power of supercomputing and state of the art electronic structure methods, the Materials Project provides open web-based access to computed information on known and predicted materials as well as powerful analysis tools to inspire and design novel materials.
Advanced Battery Research | appliedenergyscience.lbl.gov/energy-storage | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Robert Kostecki, R_Kostecki@lbl.gov
Conducts innovative research to understand the basic science of, as well as overcome technological barriers to, next-generation batteries.
Energy Conversion Group | energyconversiongroup.lbl.gov/ | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Adam Weber, AZWeber@lbl.gov
We focus on a diverse portfolio of advanced energy conversion technologies (flow batteries, electrolyzers, fuel cells) with the goal of providing the tools necessary to create and sustain a clean energy system.
A DOE nanoscience research national user facility | foundry.lbl.gov | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Shannon Ciston, SCiston@lbl.gov
The Molecular Foundry offers the ability to explore almost all aspects of battery science, including fabrication, characterization and understanding of electrodes, electrolytes, and membranes.
X-ray Characterization | als.lbl.gov | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Dula Parkinson, email@example.com
The ALS is a user facility that advances science for the benefit of society by providing world-class synchrotron light and expertise to a broad scientific community.
Markets, Policy, & Finance
Electricity Markets and Policy | emp.lbl.gov | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Peter Cappers, PACappers@lbl.gov
Systems, Analysis, and Markets: Researching policy and market factors that affect widespread energy storage adoption. Also providing technical assistance to states, regions and tribes on electricity-related policy.
State and local tax and incentives consulting services | altusgroup.com/salt | Altus Group US, Inc. | Selena Longway, firstname.lastname@example.org
Property and sales tax projections and due diligence support for development projects and acquisitions, incentives negotiation, and property tax compliance and appeals.
Mining & Extraction
Lithium Resource Research and Innovation Center (LiRRIC) | lirric.lbl.gov | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Mike Whittaker, MWhittaker@lbl.gov
LiRRIC convenes National Lab resource experts in environmental science to guide research and development into lithium extraction technologies so that science breakthroughs lead to the greatest economic and environmental benefits.
Berkeley Lab Energy Storage Center | energystorage.lbl.gov | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Noël Bakhtian, email@example.com
The Berkeley Lab Energy Storage Center is your point of entry for energy storage S&T. It is a world leader in advancing solutions that impact the evolving grid, transportation, industrial sectors, buildings, and resilience. We work with national lab, academic, and industry partners to enable the nation’s transition to a clean, affordable, and resilient energy future.