New York State is becoming a leading market for energy storage deployment and product development. New York has enacted a clean energy standard requiring that 50% of the State’s electricity will be from renewable energy by 2030 and it is leading the transformation of the electric grid to a cleaner more distributed and efficient system through the State’s renowned Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) Initiative. This, coupled with significant investments in an energy storage ecosystem, are driving the State’s leadership in energy storage activity across the board.
New York is home to a rich and diverse network of resources for energy storage technology and product development including world-class research institutions, dozens of university-based efforts, Brookhaven National Lab and the National Synchrotron Light Source II (with dedicated facilities for energy storage research), major corporate R&D centers and dozens of small and medium sized businesses working on a wide array of next generation storage technologies and applications. Coupled with our specialized and accessible facilities for battery prototyping, testing, commercialization and pilot manufacturing, New York offers an unmatched ecosystem for companies seeking to commercialize their storage innovations.
NY-BEST has worked with a variety of partners to develop and promote this energy storage ecosystem to the world. We are proud to highlight our valued partners in our “Capture New York’s Energy” Initiative which include:
These partners offer a few of the tremendous assets and resources New York has to offer the battery and energy storage industry, including battery prototyping at RIT, and battery and energy storage technology testing at the BEST Test and Commercialization Center, operated by DNV GL and digital pilot coating and pilot manufacturing capabilities operated by Kodak at Eastman Business Park.
We invite you to learn more about these partners, and New York’s vast storage resources by visiting our Supply Chain Database, operated by NY-BEST. Click here to learn more.
"Capture New York's Energy" Pavilion at The Battery Show US 2016.