A $30 Million Battery Technology Initiative

The University of Texas at Dallas will receive $30 million over three years from the DOD to develop and commercialize new battery technologies and manufacturing processes, enhance the domestic availability of critical raw materials, and train high-quality workers for jobs in an expanding battery energy storage workforce. Watch this video to see how the project will leverage and stimulate over $200 million in private capital.

“This initiative is a tremendous opportunity to showcase UTD’s mission of research, service and teaching in the context of accelerating workforce development and next-generation solutions that are critical to our nation’s economy and defense readiness,” said Dr. Richard C. Benson , UT Dallas president and the Eugene McDermott Distinguished University Chair of Leadership.