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  • Writer's pictureErik Parsons

Cambridge University study for Corellian sheds new light on market potential

The Corellian team was delighted with the results of its 6-week project with the University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering, Institute for Manufacturing. International MPhil students (from China, France, Nigeria and Switzerland) in the ISMM program provided a broad analysis of our system’s techno-economics, focusing on the energy storage aspects and investor expectations. Their project work and report included:

  • interviews with leading climate-tech VCs, researchers and industry,

  • a new spreadsheet analysis tool comparing leading energy storage methods,

  • an array of fresh market insights.

We are especially grateful to the students, their supervisor, Vanessa McNiven, and all those who supported the project with their time. A special thanks to Nick Sullivan for the idea, and for introducing us to the IfM ISMM course directors.

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