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$23M battery, energy storage center opens at Eastman Business Park

Rochester Business Journal
April 30, 2014

The battery and energy storage center was christened Wednesday at Eastman Business Park.

Officials hope the $23 million Battery and Energy Storage Technology Test and Commercialization Center will become a global leader in energy storage technology.

The center was created through a partnership between the New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium and DNV GL, the former DNV KEMA headquartered in the Netherlands, officials said.

The consortium, called NY-BEST, was launched late last year.

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