ABOUT

Jon Creyts

Jon is a council member of the Energy Web Foundation. He is also a managing director at Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), where he leads research and collaboration activities on disruptive technologies and is the founder and co-leader of RMI’s China Program. He works with and advises governments, companies, and other thought leaders on ways to create value and scale clean energy solutions globally.

Prior to RMI, Jon was a partner with McKinsey & Co. and a designer in both the aerospace and power industries, including a stint at Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works.

Jon received a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, and has published extensively on the economics of low-carbon strategies.

The Energy Web is accelerating a low-carbon, customer-centric electricity system by unleashing the potential of blockchain and other decentralized technologies.

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So many #EnergyWeb members are doing their part to support customers through ... this difficult time, especially those on the front lines of the #coronavirus fight. And to them we say, THANK YOU!

What a month it's been! We're pushing forward with important updates to our ... offerings. Check out all that's new on our March release of #EWOrigin SDK here: https://medium.com/energy-web-insights/ew-origin-release-notes-march-2020-18cb3d7eb70c

150+ companies have committed to go 100% #renewable. So what's next? "Making the... most of such new opportunities requires #digitaltransformation and a rethink of the #energygrid, from generation to distribution and the management of excess power."
https://www.energydigital.com/utilities/what-tech-will-shape-energy-management

Useful insight for all of us working from home: "Flawed assumptions exaggerate ... the electricity consumption of data centres and data transmission networks"

#Decentralizedtechnology (like #blockchain) and wind power both get a boost via ... a new #virtualpowerplant in Germany. Thanks for sharing, @Cointelegraph!
https://cointelegraph.com/news/shell-subsidiary-builds-dlt-based-virtual-power-plant-in-germany

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