Watt It Takes: Type Power’s Mateo Jaramillo on His Mission to Construct Lengthy-Period Batteries

Watt It Takes: Type Power’s Mateo Jaramillo on His Mission to Construct Lengthy-Period Batteries

This week on Watt It Takes: Powerhouse CEO Emily Kirsch sits down with Mateo Jaramillo, the CEO and co-founder of Type Power.

Type is engaged on a brand new sort of long-duration battery. And Mateo has one of many longer-duration careers within the storage trade. 

Within the early 2000s, he deployed the primary behind-the-meter programs in New York for demand response — seeing the grid companies potential nicely earlier than anybody else did.

Mateo went on to begin the stationary power storage unit at Tesla, launching and constructing the Powerwall enterprise. He additionally helped launch the supercharger enterprise. As we speak, he’s engaged on a brand new electrochemical battery that would present storage companies for days, not simply hours. The thought is to unlock baseload renewables.

The chemistry was spun out of labor from MIT researchers. It’s being scaled by a bunch of engineers and entrepreneurs with deep technical expertise — and, like Mateo, the bumps and bruises that come from scaling an early market.

On this interview, Mateo talks about what it took to energy by the early days of battery storage, when the whole lot from the sale to set up was a battle. And he’ll discuss what it would take to create Type’s new storage tech to unlock much more renewable power.

To study extra about future audio system and attending a reside occasion, go to Powerhouse.fund and click on on the occasions tab. 

Hearken to the entire episodes of Watt It Takes right here.

Help for this podcast is dropped at you by Sungrow. With the world’s strongest 250-kilowatt, 1,500-volt string inverter, Sungrow is offering disruptive expertise for utility-scale initiatives.

Subscribe to GTM podcasts through Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you discover your audio content material.

Back to Top