Exawatt, a provider of strategic consulting and market analysis in sectors related to decarbonisation through electrification, is pleased to announce the appointment of Saleh Soomro as an intern as part of The Faraday Institution’s Faraday Undergraduate Student Experiences (FUSE) programme.
Saleh is working with us on our research into sodium-ion batteries batteries for energy storage, an important topic for us as we continue to research the manufacturing cost and performance of a wide range of current and future battery storage technologies.
Exawatt’s support for Saleh and FUSE is part of a broader commitment to support the UK battery industry and the Faraday Institution’s work in battery research. This includes the FutureCat project to investigate novel cathode materials, where we sit on the project’s strategic advisory board and provide guidance to the project’s researchers, helping them to develop skills in techno-economic analysis.
Founded in 2015, Exawatt provides strategic consulting and market analysis in industries that support decarbonisation through electrification. These industries include solar PV, power electronics, lithium-ion batteries, high-purity quartz and electric vehicles.