Chloe Herrera is a Senior Research Associate at Lux and leads the energy storage team's coverage of battery technology for electric vehicles and stationary storage. In this role, she analyzes opportunities for novel battery chemistries and follows energy storage market trends. She specifically covers innovations in Li-ion technology, the battery supply chain, and long-duration battery storage. She has also contributed to research in battery recycling and raw material extraction.
Prior to joining Lux, Chloe conducted research on superconducting materials, authoring four academic papers on the subject. She holds a M.S. in condensed matter physics from the University of Connecticut and a B.A. from Smith College.