Nice work Simon de la Rouviere, really enjoying your posts on this. I was wondering, how do you see the usability of Curation Markets in the context of cities and/or governments, as my field of work is that of smart cities.
My initial gut feeling is that there is a use case for participatory budgetting in cooperation with…
Thank you Sagar. I think you are absolutely right, there are many steps still to be taken and especially the trust issue is important. Eventually, only the government itself can create this trust.
Well the idea is that Energy Bazaar would be such a facilitator, so we can make sure of that ourselves. At the same time the facilitator is in service of the other institutions and should also be accountable to remain that.
I think this is very valuable for presenting more options to people, however, two questions from me:
Great analysis! Interesting to find more promoters of social inclusion in energy projects.
For more info, see: https://medium.com/energy-bazaar/this-is-why-energy-exchange-without-including-social-dynamics-will-fail-considerably-introduction-4b9b39091a30
Arunabha Ghosh Energy Bazaar (www.energybazaar.org) is ready for the discussion and getting ready for the implementation of a growth facilitating digital infrastructure to govern energy exchanges in a decentralised manner! Seems we have similar visions on this and we would love to be involved.
You mention multi-stakeholder partnerships, but what does that entail?
This question I try to address in this series of blogs:
Nice analysis! All I can say on the India part is that we with Energy Bazaar are working hard to create the right infrastructures so that wide scale solar panel adoption might happen www.energybazaar.org
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