Revolutionising Carbon Tracking, Driving Global Decarbonisation
"If you can't measure it, you can't improve it"
Druckers writings comprise the philosophical and practical foundations of modern business.
At Empati, we track Carbon.
Accuracy Underpins Everything
Empati has created a groundbreaking solution that has revolutionised the way we measure and track carbon emissions from energy flows at an industrial scale, with unparalleled precision and real-time insights.
For far too long, the inability to accurately quantify carbon emissions hindered our ability to address the challenges of climate change. But now, we have overcome this barrier by directly measuring carbon content through time and space, matching electricity generation with consumption in real-time, down to the sub-second level.
By reaching this level of granularity, we can ensure that electricity comes from renewable sources, eliminating any assumptions or proxies.
We firmly believe that claims about carbon should undergo the same rigorous scrutiny as financial decisions. To achieve this, we advocate for at least a 90% certainty requirement, ensuring that at least 9 times out of 10, the claimed amount is proven to be true.
Through extensive analysis of renewable electricity volatility and its impact on carbon footprint fluctuations, we have observed that only real-time, sub-second tracking guarantees the accuracy and certainty necessary for reliable carbon emissions claims.
The urgency to adopt this technology in the market cannot be overstated.
Existing methods have failed to drive capital to where it is needed most, neglecting the pricing of the negative externalities associated with carbon flows on a large scale. Our solution sheds a much-needed light on the positive externalities that emerge from the transformative impact of zero marginal cost energy.
It is time to embrace this technology, as it is the only comprehensive solution with over 50 man-years of development invested in measuring, tracking, and pricing carbon in real-time.
Empati Enabled Technology Solutions:
Future Carbon-based Utilities
Empati technology can create future utility solutions based on carbon, a groundbreaking advancement that enables utilities to offer next-generation carbon-driven tariff ranges rather than energy driven ones. By harnessing real-time carbon tracking capabilities, utilities can provide tariffs that are solely driven by consumers' willingness to pay for power sourced from non-carbon emitting sources. Our technology revolutionises the valuation of carbon-free power, reactive power, ancillary services, and reserve power in real-time, unlocking new possibilities for forward thinking utilities.
With Empati's cutting-edge technology, achieving 100% decarbonisation for consumers becomes not only attainable but also cost-efficient. By accurately tracking carbon content, we enable utilities to offset the resulting emissions with international carbon offsets, ensuring a sustainable energy mix. This approach empowers consumers to play an active role in global decarbonisation efforts, making environmentally responsible choices while supporting the transition to a cleaner future.
Immutable Carbon Certification
Achieving true carbon certification necessitates a transformative approach. Immutable Carbon Certification, powered by Empati Technology, utilizes real-time carbon tracking to provide unparalleled certainty in determining the carbon content of products and activities.
With our cutting-edge technology, we enable precise certification of consumers' electricity use, EV car charging, green hydrogen production, and more. By transcending estimations and assumptions, we empower individuals and organizations to make informed choices with confidence, driving the transition to a sustainable and low-carbon future.
International Carbon Offsetting
Empati Technology revolutionises international carbon offsetting by monitoring carbon flows in real-time. Our approach shifts the focus from simply removing carbon stock to effectively stemming the flow of carbon emissions. With autonomous verification and metadata analysis, we redefine offsetting by ensuring the accurate measurement and verification of carbon abatement efforts.
Carbon emissions affect us all, regardless of location. Thus, our goal is to maximise global decarbonisation impact per dollar spent. Investing in decarbonisation efforts in Sub-Saharan Africa, for example, can save seven times more CO2 emissions compared to equivalent spending in the USA. Empati Technology directs capital towards regions with significant emissions reduction potential, driving global decarbonization efforts efficiently and effectively.
Community Energy Initiatives
We need to make enormous cuts to limit carbon emissions by 2030. This can be achieved anywhere; a tonne of carbon abated in your home country has the same planetary impact as one tonne of carbon abated on the other side of the world. The difference lies in the price. By way of example, a solar microgrid where energy allocation constitutes 30%-30%-40% to cooking, water pumps and auxiliary energy could yield an approximate $30 per tonne cost of carbon abatement. This compares to the approximate costs of CCS at $50 and DAC at over $400 per tonne cost of carbon abatement.
So, the rural, non-connected communities which emit significant amounts of carbon through their use of unclean energy sources offer the opportunity for carbon abatement through community energy programs at a lower cost, and a higher climate impact. Such programs also offer wider social and health benefits such as increased energy security, financial stability, more time available for children to study, decreased risk of cardiopulmonary issues and child mortality rates. An example could be the panela industry in Colombia, where it is the number one producer in Latin America, second only to India worldwide. Implementing the micro-grid approach and embedding this within the 20,000+ production facilities across Colombia would have a significant impact on carbon emission levels, but also enhance productivity, profitability and quality of life for more than 350,000 Indigenous peoples involved in the production process.