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Clean Energy Company Moving Into Eastman Business Park

Another business will soon call Eastman Business Park home.
Another business will soon call Eastman Business Park home.

DNV Kema is moving its clean energy storage testing center from Pennsylvania to Rochester. The new facility will work to improve the effectiveness of New York's electric grid, as well as bringing new jobs to Rochester. It is partnering with the New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium. The executive director tells News 8 this could spur massive growth in the energy storage industry.

This is one of the first new additions to Eastman Business Park since a $49 million trust fund was announced to clean up the park and attract new businesses.
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