Duracell, Volkswagen, Eaton, LG, Hitachi Join Energy Storage Group
CalCharge announced the enrollment of Duracell, Hitachi, Volkswagen, LG, Eaton, Enovix, EnerVault, Farasis Energy, Halotechnics, Leyden Energy, and Primus Power as its first corporate members.
CalCharge is a battery and electrochemical energy storage consortium of public and private organizations. Original members include Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the California Clean Energy Fund, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, San Jose State University, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the National Electrical Contractor’s Association.
CalCharge offers its members access to programs in technology assessment, pre-commercialization support and ecosystem facilitation. This enables them to more easily bring energy storage technologies to market.
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