Product development and initial commercial demonstrations of new storage solutions and applications continues to be a priority. Building the market design that allows storage deployment at massive scale in the future is key to achieving this priority. Whether you are a researcher developing energy storage technologies or a manufacturer creating a next-generation solution, New York State has unique, market-leading resources to help.
The Battery Prototyping Center (BPC)
Allows startups, researchers and developers to commercialize industry standard pouch and cylindrical cells.
BEST Test and Commercialization Center (BEST T&CC)
Enables manufacturers to test, validate, and scale up their storage technologies.
New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium (NY-BEST)
The New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology (NY-BEST™) Consortium, established in 2010, serves as an expert resource for energy storage-related companies and organizations looking to grow their business in New York State. This includes access to financing, research capabilities, potential partners, technology developers, manufacturers, and other private sector and government resources. NY-BEST serves as an important connector in establishing a strong energy storage “ecosystem” encompassing all stages of energy storage product development and use.
NY-BEST Supply Chain Database
Find companies from New York State and beyond that are working in the energy storage industry.
NYSERDA's Clean Transportation Program
Funds the development, demonstration, and deployment of innovative transportation technologies and strategies that increase fuel efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
NYSERDA’s Energy Storage Technology and Product Development
Releases a funding opportunity annually for energy storage technology and product development. This solicitation has historically sought proposals to develop and field test innovative energy storage systems with focus on hardware cost reduction, performance improvements, load-side and generation-side field testing of new storage technologies to reduce peak load, store and reuse solar and wind energy to aid firming up these resources, and provide ancillary services.
NYSERDA's Smart Grid Program
Encourages the modernization of New York State’s electric grid through innovative technology and distributed energy resources.
NYSERDA’s Tech to Market Program
Supports a number of business development resources to help startup companies grow including proof-of-concept centers, incubators, access to entrepreneurs in residence, and seed funding.