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Our research is guided by the most pressing challenges of our time. From developing strategies to fight the Climate Crisis to fixing our nation's infrastructure to addressing inequity through energy justice, our research has real-world impact across sectors.

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Learn about the Energy Technologies Area's strategic research initiatives and ten-year milestones. Our Strategic Plan covers ETA's priority research areas: energy storage, resilience, integrated energy systems, the water-energy nexus, and science of manufacturing.

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From Innovation to Manufacturing: California’s Battery Ecosystem Conference

Register now for California’s Battery Ecosystem conference, taking place on September 18-19 at the David Brower Center. Join the conversation with thought leaders from industry, communities, and labor, along with members of the research community as they come together with key stakeholders from the State of California and the federal government to generate a feasible and sustainable path towards an advanced manufacturing economy for California’s battery industry. 

The two-day event will consist of cutting-edge presentations that bridge research with manufacturing, networking sessions, and breakout groups focused on workforce development and training, material and battery pilot production facilities, battery manufacturing supply chains, and demonstration facilities.

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Why GEBs?

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Reduction in CO2 emissions per year by 2030 from national GEBs adoption*

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Equivalent CO2 emissions reductions from national GEBs adoption*

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Equivalent CO2 emissions reductions from national GEBs adoption*

Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings (GEBs) are becoming an important resource for the electric grid in the United states. By reducing and shifting the timing of electricity consumption, GEBs could decrease CO2 emissions by 80 million tons per year by 2030.
*A National Roadmap for Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings. 2021.
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