Matthew Ganter

  • November 20, 2023

    researcher showing three people a machine that processes batteries.

    RIT Battery Prototyping Center awarded more than $2 million

    The Battery Prototyping Center at RIT was awarded nearly $2.2 million through the Empire State Development Grants program to expand its facility. Upgrades and expansion of the center will nearly double its current space, add new equipment, and increase training capacity in the areas of lithium-ion battery research, manufacturing, and development.

  • September 7, 2022

    four people in suits looking at machinery in a case.

    RIT’s Battery Prototyping Center part of state team awarded millions to establish Battery-NY

    RIT is part of a major national initiative that secured more than $63.7 million to establish upstate New York as a national hub for battery research and manufacturing. New York Gov. Kathy Hochul and U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer announced that Binghamton University’s New Energy New York Proposal secured substantial funding for the new hub, Battery-NY, which will include partners such as RIT’s Battery Prototyping Center and New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology.

  • January 31, 2022

    student researcher adjusts equipment that makes batteries.

    Battery Prototyping Center doubles capacity to serve clients

    Since opening six years ago, RIT’s Battery Prototyping Center has nearly doubled its research and development projects with battery manufacturers from Boston to Silicon Valley. More industries are exploring designs for commercial quality lithium-ion batteries and seeking experts at the center to provide research about the development of different styles of batteries.