LETTER FROM THE FOUNDERS
We take great pride and satisfaction in being able to present Rawlemon’s business plan for the e-mobility age and low-carbon future. There is no doubt that as we move along in the 21st century, the pace of change is accelerating at an unprecedented speed.
Once thought to be a near impossibility, our recent innovation in solar energy technology has significantly boosted efficiency, using a reduced, high compact and unique Solar Concentrator System for a bunch of applications. This will fundamentally change the way we produce and consume energy as it has drastically lowered the costs and made microgrids an economically viable option. Billions have been spent by governments to incentivize renewables, yet the lack of a standard approach has limited overall success. The latest 2018 report of the International Energy Agency (IEA) has some glaringly shocking data with only 2% of global energy consumed coming from solar, wind and other small renewable sources. As a result, carbon emissions continue to hit record highs and the threat of climate change looms larger every day.
Rapid developments in key enabling technologies will pave the way for profound changes. E-mobility will speed up to be the game changer in transportation. Electric vehicles (EV) are forecasted to share 5% of car fleet by 2030. This share demands additional electricity needs equivalent to 80 nuclear power plants (3.000 MW each) capacity.
While investment in EV charging infrastructure has been scaling, the current state of charging stations is far from where it should be to mitigate a comprehensive EV charging service network in its entirety. Nonetheless, it will start from too low a level to make much impact on the global picture in 2030.
Our solution is Rawlemon, a patented solar concentration technology that has reinvented the sun tracking systems, to deliver high performance in buildings, on land, in the air and at sea. By concentrating diffuse light, the system stabilizes the critical weak light periods in winter time. In doing so, Rawlemon will serve decentralized, autonomous and stable electricity where needed to overcome the drawbacks of the hefty capital investment in infrastructure.
However, there are more significant environmental benefits matching the regulations that industries facing today.
After 8 years of development, we believe it serves a key purpose and represents a fundamental tool in the future of our long-term strategic planning process and we are pleased to have this opportunity to share it with all of you.
Grace D.C. Kisame