From the development and commercialization of Li-ION batteries to fuel cells to ultracapacitors and photovoltaics, Eastman Business Park is rapidly becoming a hub for critical next generation battery and energy storage technologies requiring unique manufacturing equipment, processes and infrastructure. These technologies are designed to improve the reliability and resiliency of our nation's electricity grid, improve the efficiency of our transportation sector, and support hundreds of additional new product applications.
Here's why these leading energy companies located their business at EBP:
“We take full advantage of Eastman Business Park's infrastructure as well as its ability to maneuver through complex environmental and regulatory compliance issues. That includes access to utilities, logistics, materials handling, and sophisticated analytical testing. This allows Graphenix to focus its financial and technical resources on the advancement of our technology for ultra capacitors."
— Robert Anstey, CEO Graphenix Development
“The facilities at Eastman Business Park have enabled NOHMs and other companies like ours to gain access to testing facilities where we can utilize world-class analytical equipment, as well as pilot coating and testing facilities that represent millions of dollars in savings in equipment and capabilities that we can leverage and use on an as-needed basis saving a tremendous amount of money on the road to commercialization and rapid market entry."
— Rich Delmerico, CEO NOHMs Technologies
“Intrinsiq Materials has developed ground-breaking technology in the fields of electronic nanopastes and inks. With the support of ESD, NYSERDA and all of the capabilities of the Rochester area, including the facilities at Eastman Business Park, the opportunity to leverage the technology into critical, game-changing applications is fast becoming a reality."
— Robert Cournoyer, President and CEO Intrinsiq Materials
“We chose Eastman Business Park in Rochester to gain access to Kodak's considerable prowess in thin-film technology and much of the infrastructure we will require. In addition, we can tap expertise at Rochester's distinguished universities."
— Chuck Provini, President and CEO Natcore Solar
“The New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium (NY-BEST) and DNV GL have together created the Battery and Energy Storage (BEST) Test and Commercialization Center at Eastman Business Park. Through this public-private collaboration, the center builds upon the Rochester area's manufacturing expertise, skilled workforce and university R&D resources and serves as a magnet to attract clean tech businesses at the Park and grow the energy storage industry in New York State. The assets at Eastman Business Park will only continue to anchor this initiative as a pivotal regional economic development resource."
— William Acker, Executive Director NY-BEST