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Put simply: if we want to decarbonise the world, we have to electrify it.

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Decarbonisation through electrification takes four forms, each of which is critical:

  • Decarbonisation of the electricity supply. Here, Exawatt’s focus is on solar photovoltaic (PV) technology, which we believe will, in most parts of the world, become the lowest-cost source of electricity. If the electricity supply is not decarbonised, the rest doesn’t matter
  • Electrification of processes and systems. Exawatt’s primary focus in this area is on electric vehicles (EV) and on electrified transport
  • Decarbonisation of energy transmission, whether at grid level or within specific systems (e.g. in an EV inverter, which converts DC power from the EV battery into three-phase AC power to drive the motor)
  • Decarbonisation of energy storage, including lithium-ion batteries, sodium-ion batteries, green hydrogen and green ammonia

In each case, Exawatt takes a similar analytical approach, with a focus on mapping and modelling supply chains back to their sources and developing accurate manufacturing cost and performance models that allow us to forecast “should costs” for each technology with a high degree of accuracy.

In 2023, Exawatt was acquired by CRU, a commodity intelligence company that provides in-depth market analysis on commodities enhancing our material inputs, costs and technology forecasts.

Can Exawatt help you chart a path to decarbonisation through electrification?

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