In my opinion, there is something holding back global energy transition, which hasn’t yet sparked the attention and debate it deserves — who should own the rights to access and use people’s energy consumption data? Should it be the energy providers or the people like you and I, who are the actual consumers?
One could ask, who cares, but trust me, the answer to this question is what makes all the difference. …
It’s time to share some exciting updates regarding our nationwide energy tokenization project with Elering. The Energy Smart Contracts for Ethereum and EOS are in place and we are now working on auditing as well as preparations for large-scale testing and the public release.
The first tokenization event will happen early this autumn, in the beginning of October the latest. The next engineering sprints will give a more clear time estimation.
We’ve just launched the WePower platform’s Alpha version 1.
I welcome you all to sign up and test it out. The released version will be used to start the acquisition of green energy buyers, and renewable energy producers that face capital issues, as well as to advertise the first confirmed green energy auctions. The very first 6 confirmed solar energy projects are listed on the platform.
Until the full business launch later this year, we are going to:
The Alpha version of the platform allows us to present green energy projects seeking financing through smart energy contracts, express interest to participate in the listed auctions, and see the projected donated green energy pool. …