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Vision:

The Institute for Electrochemically Stored Energy will build the scientific foundation needed to meet the science and technology energy challenges of the 21st Century.

Mission:

Housed at Stony Brook University, the institute focuses on electrochemistry and energy storage to address energy, energy related environmental issues, and human health.

Focus Areas:

Energy storage for a new energy vision: Advances in energy storage basic science and technology are critical in enabling expanded adoption of renewable forms of energy and a clean green resilient electric grid.

Facilitate electrification of transportation: Further portable energy storage needed to enable the widespread utilization of electric vehicles.

Energy storage in service of human health: Advances in treatment and diagnosis of human health demand advances in energy storage providing small, adaptable, and reliable systems.

Objectives:

Conduct scientific research to foster innovation: The Institute will  conduct scientific research to promote innovation with a focus on electrochemistry and energy storage.

Educate energy leaders and workforce: Prepare students, early and mid-career scientists to become the energy  leaders of the future.

Engage partners: Leverage Brookhaven National Laboratory to mobilize and engage private and public partners in impactful new programs related to energy and the environment.