Energy Web and Protocol Labs finally made the announcement, showing the adoption of open source solutions by cryptocurrency miners with the aim of harnessing decentralized renewable energy sources according to Filecoin Predictions reports. Six Filecoin storage providers purchased authenticated renewable energy using Energy Web Zero from 3Degrees as part ofRead More →

How to finance access to electricity in rural areas? This is a major concern for providers of decentralized electricity access solutions. Engie Energy Access tries to answer this nagging question by setting up the decentralized crowdfunding platform “DeFi”. The subsidiary of French energy giant Engie is developing this solution inRead More →

Alliance Blockchain Energy Web has partnered with Volkswagen Group Innovation to explore the integration of electric vehicle (EV) charging points. Blockchain for environmental sustainability In an effort to leverage blockchain technology for sustainable solutions in the automotive industry, the Energy Web Distributed Ledger Technology Alliance (DLT) has teamed up withRead More →

Image: VW The partnership will study the integration of electric vehicles (EVs) and charging infrastructure on the blockchain to support advanced charging programs. As part of the partnership, Volkswagen Group Innovation and Energy Web will jointly develop and test open source software to enable seamless end-to-end participation in the electricityRead More →

Today blockchain alliance Energy web announced a partnership with Volkswagen Group innovation to explore the integration of electric vehicle (EV) charging points. The idea is to use electric vehicle batteries to store excess renewable energy, which can then be released into the main grid when demand for energy exceeds supply.Read More →

As part of its Blockchain Machine Identity Layer (BMIL) project, the German energy innovation authority DENA has chosen Energy web platform to build a decentralized identity solution. The tool will allow German distributed energy assets to be registered on a distributed ledger, which will allow the German electricity grid toRead More →

Today, the German Federal Energy Agency (DENA) announced the selection of the non-profit blockchain Energy web to create a digital register of distributed energy resources (RED) across Germany. These resources can include solar panels, batteries or thermostats. This Blockchain Machine Identity Registry (BMIL) is one of DENA’s three major projectsRead More →