The Washington Clean Energy Testbeds are operated by the University of Washington Clean Energy Institute. The Testbeds are a 15,000 square foot laboratory and collaborative workspace that enables start-ups and established businesses open access to state-of-the art R&D facilities. The Testbeds provide access to the instrumentation, training, and expertise necessary to scale next-generation clean energy devices and systems. Benefits of working at the Testbeds include:
Our facility provides open company and academic access to extensive advanced manufacturing tools for photovoltaics, batteries, and printed electronics including roll to roll manufacturing, coating, printing, nanoimprint lithography and advanced thermal processing.
We also have real-time data simulation hardware coupled with hardware in the loop capabilities for grid and power systems simulation and testing.
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