Smartville will deploy distributed battery conditioning “HUBs” to reduce costs and create value in the reverse logistics supply chain.
List any key Project Partners and Affiliated Organizations who have helped your team.
Partners and Affiliates (PUBLIC)
University of California, San Diego U.S. DOE ARPA-E Rhombus Energy Solutions Southern California Energy Innovation Network CleanTech San Diego California Clean Energy Fund (CalCEF) California Energy Commission
Select a track (PUBLIC)
Track 4: Reverse Logistics
As stated in the rules, your short (90-second maximum) video showcasing your submission should focus on the novelty or advantage(s) of your idea and its potential impact while also providing an explanation of your approach and how it will integrate within a full end-to-end solution.
After you’ve created your video, post it (unlisted) to YouTube along with a title (including your team name and “BRP Phase 1 Video”) and a short description. After the submission deadline for Phase I has passed, we will add your video to the Battery Recycling Prize playlist on the American-Made Challenges YouTube channel to be shared with other participants for potential partnering. Because your video will be public-facing, please do not include any confidential information.