NextEnergy utilizes our innovative testing capabilities and assets to provide demonstration and validation services for both private and publicly-funded industry programs. We provide comprehensive program management services and advise our partners on commercialization of advanced energy technologies, components and systems.
NextEnergy assists energy ventures through the utilization of market intelligence to support technology commercialization and advance the transition of existing businesses to the advanced energy technology industry. We work to attract advanced energy companies to Michigan in partnership with the state’s economic development organizations.
NextEnergy partners with the State of Michigan and federal agencies to design future energy strategies, advise on funding priorities, and administer and evaluate programs. NextEnergy informs our broad network through reporting on industry trends, convening stakeholders, and sharing program outcomes.
- NextEnergy’s MATch Energy Grant
- May 30, 2013: Engineering Research Centers
- May 30, 2013: RFI – Environmental Research and Observations at the First U.S. Offshore Wind Facilities
- May 21-22, 2013: Michigan Growth Capital Symposium
- June 4, 2013: NextEnergy Event-Technologies From The German Southwest: Ideas For New Mobility Solutions
- June 18, 2013: NextEnergy Event: Workplace Charging Workshop
Heard at NextEnergy
Our work for Michigan has proven valuable in supporting economic development strategies that attract investment and grow advanced-energy businesses in the state.Dan Radomski, NextEnergy VP New Market Services
Electric vehicles can be viewed as basically batteries on wheels. Our ability to tap this source of mobile energy storage in the future will have an impact on how successful they will ultimately be in the market.Gary Gauthier, NextEnergy Business Development Director
NextEnergy’s offices are lighted using a 380-volt Direct Current (DC) power distribution system that has helped lower our operating and maintenance costs while also preparing our building infrastructure for the coming wave of advancements in green-minded distributed electrical grid technologies.Wayne Snyder, NextEnergy Facility and IT Manager
Detroit’s urban waste wood stream possesses untapped potential for job creation in southeast Michigan.Erin Kelly, NextEnergy Green Economy Initiative Manager