Together we're transforming the grid

Form Energy is an American energy storage technology and manufacturing company that is developing and commercializing a pioneering iron-air battery capable of storing electricity for 100 hours at system costs competitive with legacy power plants. Form’s multi-day battery will reform the global electricity system to reliably run on 100% low-cost renewable energy, every day of the year. 

Form Energy was founded by energy storage veterans who came together in 2017 with a unified mission to reshape the global electric system by creating a new class of low-cost multi-day energy storage systems. Driven every day by Form’s interlocking core values of humanity, excellence, and creativity, our team is deeply motivated and inspired to transform the energy landscape and create a better world. 

Our Investors

Form Energy is supported by leading investors who share a common belief that low-cost, multi-day energy storage will be a key enabler of tomorrow’s zero carbon electric system.

Our Commercial Partners

We are collaborating with leading companies, utilities, and institutions to deploy pioneering multi-day battery solutions in the United States.

We partnered with Xcel Energy to jointly deploy a 10 MW / 1,000 MWh multi-day storage system at the Sherburne County Generating Station in Becker, Minnesota and a 10 MW / 1,000 MWh multi-day storage system at the Comanche Generating Station in Pueblo, Colorado. Both projects are expected to come online as early as 2025 and are subject to regulatory approvals in their respective states.
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We partnered with Minnesota’s second-largest electric utility, Great River Energy, to jointly deploy a 1.5 megawatt/150 megawatt hour pilot project to be located in Cambridge, MN. This will be the first commercial deployment of our multi-day energy storage system.
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We are collaborating with Georgia Power, the largest electric subsidiary of Southern Company, to identify an optimal project application of up to 15 megawatts/1500 megawatt hours of energy storage systems to be located in the utility’s service area.
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We are working jointly with ArcelorMittal, one of the world’s largest steelmakers, on the development of iron materials which ArcelorMittal would non-exclusively supply for Form’s battery systems.
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Form Energy was awarded a grant from the California Energy Commission to execute a field demonstration of a 100-hour prototype iron-air energy storage system in partnership with University of California Irvine, Southern California Edison, and Peninsula Clean Energy.
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Somerville, Massachusetts

In Somerville, Massachusetts, Form Energy operates more than 87,000 square feet of lab space with over 3,000 channels of subscale batteries on test. Our Somerville-based team of scientists, chemists, engineers, and lab technicians are focused on electrochemical research and development, innovation, and continuous learning and improvement.

Berkeley, California

Form Energy has a 54,000 square foot campus in the heart of the Bay Area where our full-scale battery systems are designed and tested at scale. Our Berkeley team is focused on product engineering and design, assembly development, as well as full scale battery validation and testing. Working in close collaboration with Form’s R&D and advanced manufacturing teams, our Berkeley team ensures Form’s iron air batteries are designed and validated to be manufactured at the system level.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Form Energy has a 52,000 square foot manufacturing facility located in Eighty Four, Pennsylvania just outside of Pittsburgh. Home to our advanced manufacturing team, our Eighty Four facility is where we operate a pilot manufacturing line to test our manufacturing processes and prepare for the scale up and broad commercialization of our iron air battery systems.

Weirton, West Virginia

Form Energy’s first commercial-scale battery manufacturing facility will be located in Weirton, West Virginia at the site of the former Weirton Steel plant. The facility will ultimately employ more than 750 people when operating at full capacity. We expect to start construction of our Weirton factory in 2023 and begin manufacturing iron air battery systems for broad commercialization starting in 2024.

Our team engaged in a year-long, robust nationwide selection process for the site of our first commercial-scale battery manufacturing plant that started with identifying over 500 candidate locations across 16 states. After evaluating several promising manufacturing site locations that could effectively meet our needs, we selected a 55 acre site in Weirton in close proximity to our existing pilot manufacturing facility in Eighty Four, Pennsylvania. Weirton is a historic steel site with strong natural infrastructure and in a region of the country with the know-how to make great things out of iron.