National Energy Storage Summit Set for March 2022 (Open to the Public)

November 4th 2021
Promotional graphic: "National Energy Storage Summit: Jumpstarting America's Energy Storage Future"

Exponential energy storage deployment is both expected and needed in the coming decades. To that end, the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) is hosting a summit on March 8 and 9, 2022, to discuss harnessing science, technology, and policy to accelerate energy storage solutions for our nation.

The virtual public summit will convene and connect national and regional thought leaders across industry, government, communities, and the research enterprise. The goal is to catalyze solutions and partnerships around specific challenges in this area and enable our nation’s just transition to a clean, affordable, and resilient energy future, in line with the goals of our Berkeley Lab Energy Storage Center

Day one of the summit will focus on leveraging policy, science, and technical innovations across materials, supply chains, and production processes to revolutionize a domestic battery ecosystem and realize America’s full potential, including creating equitable clean-energy jobs in the U.S.

Day two will expand CalCharge’s annual Bay Area Battery Summit ecosystem to a national stage, with a focus on bridging the diverse stakeholders across science to systems to accelerate equitable national energy storage deployment in all relevant sectors: the evolving grid, manufacturing, resilience, transportation, and buildings. Like last year, the focus will broaden beyond batteries to energy storage at large.

For more information on the summit, please visit national-energystorage-summit.lbl.gov.