Washington Clean Energy Testbeds
4625 Union Bay Place NE (map)
Seattle, WA 98105
Washington Clean Energy Testbeds (Primary Site)
The Scale-Up & Characterization and Systems Integration Testbeds are located just a short walk from the University of Washington campus in a former light manufacturing facility near University Village. The building has been converted into a 15,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility with lab, office, classroom, and meeting spaces. The door under the Clean Energy Institute sign leads to the main lobby.
- Driving directions to the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds (4625 Union Bay Place NE, Seattle)
- Public transportation: Take Sound Transit’s Link Light Rail to the University of Washington/Husky Stadium Station. Bus lines 31, 32, 67, 75, 78 conveniently connect the University of Washington Light Rail Station to NE 45th Street and Union Bay Place NE. Walk one block north on Union Bay Place NE. The Testbeds will be on your left.
Washington Clean Energy Testbeds (Research Training Testbed)
The Research Training Testbed is located in the Nanoengineering and Sciences (NanoES) building located on the UW Seattle campus near the Central Parking Garage. The facility is scheduled to open in summer 2017.
- Driving directions to the NanoES Building (3946 W Stevens Way NE, Seattle)
- Public transportation: Take Sound Transit’s Link Light Rail to the University of Washington/Husky Stadium Station. Walk over the pedestrian bridge to the UW campus and walk northwest on Stevens Way. NanoES is on the right side of the street near the Central Parking Garage.