Webinars & Videos
Urban Electric Power, a startup formed by researchers from the City University of New York (CUNY) Energy Institute, is taking breakthroughs in battery technology from the lab to the market.
Deploying new technologies in the energy industry requires an understanding of technical, market, and policy risks. This edition of ARPA-E University features Rob Barnett of Bloomberg Government who will explore current policy trends and their impact on the energy industry.
Many energy technology start-ups and small businesses have found it challenging to contract with the Department of Defense (DOD) due to its exacting requirements and procurement processes. Deborah Jelen discusses Electricore's experience creating successful teams—consisting of private and public sector organizations of all sizes—that have successfully partnered with DOD.
Dr. Edmonds reviews the impact of the America Invents Act on licensing, what to expect in a license agreement and their typical monetary terms, and how to meet the licensing needs of start-ups and academics. This session builds on the Energy Innovation and IP Strategy session of ARPA-E University that was held in December 2012.
ARPA-E University is introducing a new "Office Hours" series that will allow the ARPA-E community to interact with Program Directors in a live Q&A format. Listen to this recorded Q&A session with ARPA-E Program Director Dr. Ilan Gur to learn more about how ARPA-E is changing the way we think about battery management.