# energy efficiency

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• ### Materials & Modeling Support

The Materials and Modeling Support (M&MS) group is a multidisciplinary group of scientists and engineers focused on developing a better understanding of electrode design, their components, and its effect on electrochemical performance.

• ### Argonne helps GE make Durathon industrial battery to meet growing energy needs

A new long-life battery built to aid utility companies in meeting the growing energy demands created by electric vehicles and the integration of solar and wind power on the national power grid was developed with the help of high-energy X-rays.

The Advanced Electrolyte Research Group seeks to develop new organic materials for next-generation electrochemical energy storage, such as electrolyte solvents, lithium salts, SEI formation additives, redox-active organic electrodes and polymer materials.
• ### Earth Day Celebration

Argonne celebrates Earth Day annually in April with activities to promote sustainable actions and highlight the lab’s research in energy and the environment.

• ### Materials Design Laboratory

The new Materials Design Laboratory (MDL) at Argonne is the final building to complete Argonne’s Energy Quad, a group of four adjoining buildings designed to maximize collaboration between energy and materials scientists at Argonne.
• ### Center for Nanoscale Materials

The Center for Nanoscale Materials (CNM) is a multifunctional and multidisciplinary research facility that was built to support all stages of scientific research and development at the nano scale.
• ### Energy Sciences Building

Argonne’s Energy Sciences Building (ESB) is an intersection of discovery where teams of scientists connect in a flexible, open space that meets evolving scientific needs.