Energy Storage Center

An MIT Energy Initiative Low-Carbon Energy Center

The Energy Storage center aims to develop new and transformative technologies to make energy storage more affordable, as well as provide systems-level policy, regulatory, and economic insight.

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Awardees will use grants to advance research in areas including energy storage, renewables expansion modeling, and the chemistry of electrocatalysts.
A lifelong fascination with chemistry has led to research on exotic new materials with environmental advantages.

Member Benefits Include

  • Semi-annual workshops
  • Unpublished proprietary analysis and research presented via member-only webinars and at workshops
  • Insights from techno-economic analysis and decision support tools
  • Member participation in formulating collaborative research programs with the faculty committee
  • Participation in the MITEI Annual Research Conference and Symposium

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