Still charging: energy storage commercialization in Massachusetts
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With the mutually reinforcing trends of climate change mitigation and transport electrification, the opportunity for energy storage innovation has never been more apparent. Massachusetts supports a robust community of entrepreneurs who develop and commercialize their inventions in the state. Recognizing this, the Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy and Greentown Labs conducted 25 interviews with a wide array of participants involved in the energy storage innovation ecosystem for ISE’s new report, Still Charging: Energy Storage Commercialization in Massachusetts. These interviews focused on barriers, gaps, and strengths of Massachusetts in getting energy storage technologies from lab to the first sale. [TRUNCATED]
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