COVID-19 mitigation is a systems problem with many of the same characteristics as the climate fight. While one is fast and the other slow, both underscore the need to create transparent and reliable systems by which people, organizations, and governments at all levels can share and access trusted data…
Krutarth is an Associate with the Emerging Solutions program at RMI. He provides research and analysis, thought leadership, and strategy analysis on emerging technologies and trends to support RMI initiatives for an accelerated transition to a low-carbon energy future.
Krutarth Jhaveri was a contributing author of the Seven Challenges for Energy Transformation, a report that examines meeting the urgency of the climate challenge in the next 10 years.
Prior to joining RMI, Krutarth spent time with Apple’s Environmental Technologies team where he evaluated the carbon impacts of emerging technologies, developed product life-cycle models, and mapped geographically diverse supply chains using tools like statistical modeling and systems design.
During his time at the University of Michigan, Krutarth worked on novel lightweight materials for transportation applications, water infrastructure management and transportation systems in developing nations, community solar project development, and core-shell photocatalytic materials.
M.S.E. Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan, 2018
M.S. Natural Resources and Environment (Sustainable Systems), University of Michigan, 2018
B.E. (Hons) Chemical Engineering, BITS Pilani, 2016
Dow Sustainability Fellow
Dow Distinguished Seed Grant