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The Stanford StorageX Initiative

From academic breakthroughs to technological impact

  Stanford Energy’s StorageX Initiative brings together Stanford faculty from materials science to computer science to economics to tackle the dominant challenges in energy storage. By addressing gaps between academic and industrial R&D, StorageX aims to accelerate the global development and implementation of revolutionary energy storage technologies and concepts

Interdisciplinary focus

The faculty of the StorageX Initiative work together to tackle the complex, interdisciplinary challenges in creating modern energy storage systems. StorageX funds research to prove new energy storage technologies and concepts. We also research ways to reduce the potential risks of deploying our technologies.

Turning academic discovery into commercial impact

Working closely with our industrial partners, StorageX develops in-depth technical and commercial understanding of the emerging challenges in the energy storage industry. Our teams leverage Stanford's wide-ranging capabilities and expertise to overcome the multi-faceted, real-world barriers to a better energy future for all.

Upcoming Events

StorageX Tech Talk

Tuesday, December 6, 2022: 10-11 am Pacific Time
(18:00-19:00 GMT)
Grace BussePhD Candidate, Stanford University
"The Predicted Persistence of Co in Li-ion Batteries"

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Contact us:

Jimmy Chen | Managing Director

Kaylee Nguyen | Program Manager

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