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MEGTEC Systems becomes affiliate to DOE’s Joint Center for Energy Storage Research

MEGTEC Systems, a global supplier of engineered systems and environmental and energy solutions to advanced manufacturing facilities, has become an affiliate to the US Department of Energy’s Joint Center for Energy Storage (JCESR). (Earlier post.)

Led by Argonne National Laboratory, JCESR directs a major research initiative selecting national leaders in science and engineering from government, academia, and industry to create breakthrough energy storage technology and overcome critical scientific and technical barriers.

The organization’s diverse expertise spans the full technology-development pipeline from basic research and prototype development to product engineering and market delivery. Collaboration with affiliates, such as MEGTEC Systems, is intended to help JCESR make rapid progress and significant advancement.

With the advanced work MEGTEC has done in the energy storage markets, especially for the production of lithium-ion battery electrodes and fuel cells, we have innovative solutions that will reduce manufacturing costs.

—MEGTEC President and CEO, Dr. Mohit Uberoi

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Lad

If this helps the JCESR project bring the advanced battery to market faster, it is most welcomed.

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