Collaboration is the inspiration for CERE. While there is a tremendous need for new technologies and new approaches on the road to decarbonization, some of the most significant gains will be made by integrating ideas to deliver results for the various sectors.
CERE will start with 3 key focus area:
Develop new generation techniques that will reduce or eliminate the carbon created in generation and pull past carbon emission out of the air to create new energy sources.
Smart Grids and Digital
Leverage the growth and IoT devices to develop new smart grids that will improve efficiencies, reduce disruptions, and provide critical systems power even during emergencies.
Hydrogen and Energy
Improve the supply and develop more viable use cases for Hydrogen to support electrical and thermal demands while incorporating new batty technologies for short-term storage.
But the key to CERE will be in developing integration strategies that can be leveraged to improve availability, reduce cost, and increase viability across more and more sectors. There is also a focus on creating a global supply chain strategy to support the needs of both advanced and emerging economies.
CERE will work with leading companies and governments to build blueprints for sustainability that can be deployed around the work.
Discussions have already begun for centers in the US, the UAE, and India.