Innovations in Energy Storage at Buildings

On-site energy storage at buildings is a key component in reducing energy costs for operating buildings, contributing to their decarbonization and increasing their energy resilience. This panel discussion featured three companies working on innovation products for energy storage at buildings. The discussion centers on the market opportunities and visions of three companies seeking to grow their business in this energy sector.

Recorded on April 20, 2023

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Eric A. Schiff, SyracuseCoE, New York’s Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems, Syracuse University


Norma Byron, Ashlawn Energy: Batteries (Vanadium redox flow battery)

Ellie Rusling, MicroEra Power: Thermal Storage (tunable phase change materials)

Paul Mutolo, Standard Hydrogen Corp.: Hydrogen Storage (onsite production)

The EPIC Buildings project is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy to assist and promote companies developing energy hardware innovations for buildings. The project is led jointly by the SyracuseCoE, the Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems at Syracuse University and by the Tech Garden of CenterState CEO. Read more about the EPIC Buildings Accelerator.