Affiliates

JCESR has created an affiliate program that brings together more than 100 small and large businesses, non-profits, universities, and national laboratories to further promote public-private partnerships. The program includes nearly one-hundred stakeholder organizations involved in electrical energy storage, ranging from chemical and material manufacturers to battery system integrators and testers. As new technologies are developed and needs identified, affiliates have the opportunity to engage with the research to accelerate innovation.

JCESR encourages organizations involved in energy storage to seek membership. To become an affiliate, send us an email describing how your organization is contributing to advancements in energy storage research, development, and commercialization.

Annual Affiliate Workshop

JCESR hosts an annual in-person Affiliate Workshop. The meeting allows affiliates to engage with each other and with representatives from JCESR staff, management, and specific research projects. This networking and industry event is an extension of JCESR’s effort to conduct business differently, enabling stakeholders to discuss opportunities and difficulties across the supply chain.

Current Affiliates

California

  • 4D Energetics Inc.
  • Ampaire
  • California Clean Energy Fund
  • Citrine Informatics
  • Electric Power Research Institute
  • Envia Systems
  • General Atomics
  • Imergy Power Systems
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Liox
  • MCV Energy, Inc.
  • NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • PlugVolt
  • PolyPlus Battery Company

Colorado

  • Electrochemical Energy Laboratory (ECEL) – University of Colorado at Boulder
  • National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  • SolidPower Battery
  • Xerion Advanced Battery Corp.

Connecticut

  • Praxair, Inc.
  • Proton OnSite

Delaware

  • DuPont Central Research and Development
  • University of Delaware

Florida

  • NextEra Energy Resources

Georgia

  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Southern Company Services

Idaho

  • Idaho National Laboratory

Illinois

  • AllCell Technologies
  • Center for Electrical Energy Storage
  • Chicago Innovation Exchange
  • Chicago Transit Authority
  • City of Evanston
  • ComEd
  • Energy Foundry
  • Exelon Corporation
  • Gas Technology Institute
  • Glidepath Power
  • Illinois Institute of Technology
  • Materion
  • National Alliance for Advanced Technology Batteries (NAATBatt)
  • Navigant
  • Navitas Systems
  • New Mobility Lab
  • Northern Illinois University
  • Renewance Inc.
  • SiNode Systems
  • SoCore Energy
  • Southern Illinois University Carbondale
  • Town of Normal

Indiana

  • Battery Innovation Center
  • Cummins Inc.
  • Richard G. Lugar Center for Renewable Energy

Maryland

  • Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage, LLC
  • Nanostructures for Electrical Energy Storage

Massachusetts

  • 24M Technologies, Inc.
  • Material Alchemy
  • Pellion Technologies
  • PowerHydrant
  • TIAX LLC
  • XL Hybrids

Michigan

  • Dow Corning
  • Energy Storage Safety Products International (ESSPI)
  • General Motors
  • Lakeshore Advantage
  • National Center for Manufacturing Sciences
  • NextEnergy
  • Sakti3
  • Spider9

Mississippi

  • Mississippi State University

Missouri

  • Ameren
  • Energizer
  • University of Missouri

Montana

  • ViZn Energy

New York

  • alpha-En Corporation
  • Besstech
  • Bettergy Corp.
  • Center for Electrocatalysis, Transport Phenomena, and Materials for Innovative Energy Storage
  • Corning Incorporated
  • Eastman Business Park
  • Energy Materials Center at Cornell
  • Eos Energy Storage
  • GE Global Research
  • Northeastern Center for Chemical Energy Storage
  • Voltaiq

North Carolina

  • Albemarle

Ohio

  • Case Western Reserve University
  • Design Flux Technologies, LLC
  • Duracell
  • NASA Glenn Research Center
  • University of Akron

Pennsylvania

  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Concurrent Technologies Corporation
  • Element 3 Battery Ventures, LLC
  • Pennsylvania State University

South Carolina

  • Paraclete Energy

Tennessee

  • Tennessee Valley Authority

Texas

  • Sabre Industries
  • Understanding Charge Separation and Transfer at Interfaces in Energy Materials and Devices
  • University of Texas at Arlington

Utah

  • Ceramatec

Washington

  • BrightVolt
  • TRIDEC | Tri-Cities Washington Development Council

Wisconsin

  • B&W MEGTEC
  • Kohler Power Systems
  • Rayovac
  • Responsible Battery Coalition
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison

Canada

  • Hydro-Québec

Germany

  • Bosch

Korea

  • LG Chem

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