The Energy Storage Grand Challenge leverages the expertise of the full spectrum of DOE offices and the capabilities of its National Labs. These facilities and capabilities enable independent testing, verification, and demonstration of energy storage technologies, allowing them to enter the market more quickly. To maximize the speed at which early stage concepts develop into commercial scale deployments, DOE created a comprehensive inventory of lab capabilities that allows energy storage stakeholders to easily identify resources that can assist with their R&D needs. This inventory of facilities and associated capabilities is housed on the Lab Partnering Service Website, where users can sort by different technology areas and R&D capability types to find information on facilities and capabilities that most closely match their needs.
Please note that the facilities and capabilities continue to be added to the website and the current inventory and associated information are subject to revision.