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November 16, 2022  |  18:00

RMI Partners with Energy Web to Build Sustainable Aviation Fuel Certificate Registry, as Part of Ongoing Decarbonization Work with the Sustainable Aviation Buyers Alliance

Boulder, CO — November 16, 2022 RMI and Energy Web Foundation today announced that they will build a digital registry for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) certificates that will bring more transparency to emissions reduction claims about air travel. The registry will also support and accelerate the deployment of sustainable aviation fuels that drastically reduce lifecycle emissions from air transport.
Boulder, CO — November 16, 2022 RMI and Energy Web Foundation today announced that they will build a digital registry for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) certificates that will bring more transparency to emissions reduction claims about air travel. The registry will also support and accelerate the deployment of sustainable aviation fuels that drastically reduce lifecycle emissions from air transport.
November 8, 2022  |  18:00

Japan’s Electric Power Exchange (JEPX) joins the Energy Web ecosystem as a member and validator

Zug, Switzerland — 8 November 2022 — Today, Energy Web announced that Japan’s Electricity Power Exchange (JEPX) has joined as Energy Web’s newest member. JEPX has been tasked by the Japanese government to operate a new Non-Fossil Fuel Certificate (NFFC) market, and it is keen to explore the potential of utilizing blockchain technologies to support the market’s operation.
Zug, Switzerland — 8 November 2022 — Today, Energy Web announced that Japan’s Electricity Power Exchange (JEPX) has joined as Energy Web’s newest member. JEPX has been tasked by the Japanese government to operate a new Non-Fossil Fuel Certificate (NFFC) market, and it is keen to explore the potential of utilizing blockchain technologies to support the market’s operation.
October 27, 2022  |  18:00

How Energy Web is helping the Aviation sector reach Net Zero

Zug, Switzerland - 27 October 2022 - All areas of the economy need to reach net zero in the coming decades. This will be much more straightforward for some sectors than others. In many cases, the deciding factor will be the speed at which technologies develop.
Zug, Switzerland - 27 October 2022 - All areas of the economy need to reach net zero in the coming decades. This will be much more straightforward for some sectors than others. In many cases, the deciding factor will be the speed at which technologies develop.
October 5, 2022  |  18:00

Energy Web joins CIRPASS to lay the ground work for the deployment of European Digital Passport Products

Zug, Switzerland — 5 October 2022 — The new CIRPASS (Collaborative Initiative for a Standards-based Digital Product Passport for Stakeholder-Specific Sharing of Product Data for a Circular Economy) project officially kicked off with a hybrid meeting taking place in Brussels. With 30 partners representing thousands of industrial, digital, international, standards, and regulatory organizations and NGOs across Europe, the 18-month project will respond to the European Commission’s call on creating a clear concept of the DPP, defining a cross-sectoral product data model with demonstrated benefits for the circular economy as well as developing roadmaps for its deployment.
Zug, Switzerland — 5 October 2022 — The new CIRPASS (Collaborative Initiative for a Standards-based Digital Product Passport for Stakeholder-Specific Sharing of Product Data for a Circular Economy) project officially kicked off with a hybrid meeting taking place in Brussels. With 30 partners representing thousands of industrial, digital, international, standards, and regulatory organizations and NGOs across Europe, the 18-month project will respond to the European Commission’s call on creating a clear concept of the DPP, defining a cross-sectoral product data model with demonstrated benefits for the circular economy as well as developing roadmaps for its deployment.
October 4, 2022  |  16:00

Energy Web Live session - EW's developments and the introduction of Energy Web X!

Zug, Switzerland — 4 October 2022 — Energy Web Live session: Energy Web's developments and the introduction of Energy Web X!
Zug, Switzerland — 4 October 2022 — Energy Web Live session: Energy Web's developments and the introduction of Energy Web X!
September 30, 2022  |  16:00

Webinar: Decentralized logic execution, explained

Energy Web technology experts deep-dive into one of the newest tools coming to the Energy Web ecosystem, decentralized logic execution.
Energy Web technology experts deep-dive into one of the newest tools coming to the Energy Web ecosystem, decentralized logic execution.
September 21, 2022  |  18:00

The World Economic Forum's Sustainable Development Impact Meeting

As crypto and other Web3’s energy use has grown in recent years, so have concerns over the industry’s energy use. Despite big headlines, there is little discussion on the full scope of Web3’s climate impact and how the industry can support positive climate action.
As crypto and other Web3’s energy use has grown in recent years, so have concerns over the industry’s energy use. Despite big headlines, there is little discussion on the full scope of Web3’s climate impact and how the industry can support positive climate action.
September 20, 2022  |  18:00

The Role of Blockchain in the Arab Sustainable Energy Sector

ESCWA is conducting a project addressing the role of blockchain, an emerging digital technology, in accelerating progress towards the adoption of sustainable energy in the Arab region.
ESCWA is conducting a project addressing the role of blockchain, an emerging digital technology, in accelerating progress towards the adoption of sustainable energy in the Arab region.
August 30, 2022  |  18:00

Unlocking the Potential of Self-Sovereign Identity for Enterprise with Energy Web Switchboard

Zug, Switzerland - 30 August 2022 - Today we're pleased to announce a major step forward in making this vision a reality with the production deployment of Switchboard on the Energy Web Chain. This release includes major updates to the front-end Switchboard web application as well as the back-end libraries and components, giving companies access to the full suite features offered by legacy identity access management solutions in a decentralized architecture.
Zug, Switzerland - 30 August 2022 - Today we're pleased to announce a major step forward in making this vision a reality with the production deployment of Switchboard on the Energy Web Chain. This release includes major updates to the front-end Switchboard web application as well as the back-end libraries and components, giving companies access to the full suite features offered by legacy identity access management solutions in a decentralized architecture.
August 24, 2022  |  18:00

CNBC Crypto World- Cutting Emissions with Blockchain

CNBC Crypto World features the latest news and daily trading updates from the digital currency markets and provides viewers with a look at what’s ahead with high-profile interviews, explainers, and unique stories from the ever-changing crypto industry. On today’s show, Jesse Morris, CEO of Energy Web, discusses using crypto infrastructure to track and reduce carbon emissions.
CNBC Crypto World features the latest news and daily trading updates from the digital currency markets and provides viewers with a look at what’s ahead with high-profile interviews, explainers, and unique stories from the ever-changing crypto industry. On today’s show, Jesse Morris, CEO of Energy Web, discusses using crypto infrastructure to track and reduce carbon emissions.
August 3, 2022  |  18:00

Volts Podcast: What to make of the Democrats last-minute climate bill featuring our CEO, Jesse Morris

In this episode, two Volts favorites — Princeton professor Jesse Jenkins and UC Santa Barbara professor Leah Stokes — join me discuss the Inflation Reduction Act, the somewhat miraculous last-minute agreement between Senators Joe Manchin and Chuck Schumer. It represents the tattered remains of Build Back Better, but many if not most of the climate and clean energy provisions remain intact. We discuss what's in the bill and reasons to be excited about it.
In this episode, two Volts favorites — Princeton professor Jesse Jenkins and UC Santa Barbara professor Leah Stokes — join me discuss the Inflation Reduction Act, the somewhat miraculous last-minute agreement between Senators Joe Manchin and Chuck Schumer. It represents the tattered remains of Build Back Better, but many if not most of the climate and clean energy provisions remain intact. We discuss what's in the bill and reasons to be excited about it.
July 24, 2022  |  18:00

An Energy Data Space to boost the European data economy

Zug, Switzerland — 7 July 2022 — Large amounts of valuable data are available in energy systems. However, they are often underused, and their full potential is not being extracted. The smart energy system of the future can be more efficiently operated and designed through a holistic approach that considers its multiple energy vectors (electricity, gas, heat…). This means dealing with diverse data inputs, which is feasible if the interoperability between their corresponding data platforms is ensured. OMEGA-X, a European-funded project, aims to tackle this challenge and to implement an Energy Data Space.
Zug, Switzerland — 7 July 2022 — Large amounts of valuable data are available in energy systems. However, they are often underused, and their full potential is not being extracted. The smart energy system of the future can be more efficiently operated and designed through a holistic approach that considers its multiple energy vectors (electricity, gas, heat…). This means dealing with diverse data inputs, which is feasible if the interoperability between their corresponding data platforms is ensured. OMEGA-X, a European-funded project, aims to tackle this challenge and to implement an Energy Data Space.
July 19, 2022  |  18:00

Energy Web and Volkswagen deliver 24/7 renewable energy charging solution for electric vehicles

Zug, Switzerland, and Wolfsburg, Germany, 19 July 2022 — Energy Web, a non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, in collaboration with Volkswagen Group Innovation and Elli, have developed a new smart charging solution enabling EV owners to charge their vehicles with renewable electricity that is matched directly with the vehicle’s real-time electricity consumption.
Zug, Switzerland, and Wolfsburg, Germany, 19 July 2022 — Energy Web, a non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, in collaboration with Volkswagen Group Innovation and Elli, have developed a new smart charging solution enabling EV owners to charge their vehicles with renewable electricity that is matched directly with the vehicle’s real-time electricity consumption.

June 24, 2022  |  16:00

Webinar: From Building Blocks to Bundled Solutions: How the Energy Web Stack is Evolving

To commemorate the anniversary of the Energy Web Chain, join Energy Web CEO Jesse Morris and Director of Product Marketing Sam Hartnett as they discuss how the experiences of the last three years have informed our updated technical roadmap and commercial strategy. In this webinar, you will learn: - Why positioning the Energy Web Decentralized Operating System as a stack of standalone components doesn't work. - How we're bundling multiple technologies to create three core comprehensive solutions for Enterprise Asset Management, Enterprise Data Exchange, and Green Proofs. - How we're applying proven go-to-market strategies from popular open-source software to make it easier for enterprises to adopt Energy Web solutions. - Real-world examples of how Members are using these solutions to unlock business value. - What's on the technology roadmap through Q1 2023.
To commemorate the anniversary of the Energy Web Chain, join Energy Web CEO Jesse Morris and Director of Product Marketing Sam Hartnett as they discuss how the experiences of the last three years have informed our updated technical roadmap and commercial strategy. In this webinar, you will learn: - Why positioning the Energy Web Decentralized Operating System as a stack of standalone components doesn't work. - How we're bundling multiple technologies to create three core comprehensive solutions for Enterprise Asset Management, Enterprise Data Exchange, and Green Proofs. - How we're applying proven go-to-market strategies from popular open-source software to make it easier for enterprises to adopt Energy Web solutions. - Real-world examples of how Members are using these solutions to unlock business value. - What's on the technology roadmap through Q1 2023.
June 16, 2022  |  18:00

EV users can take their energy provider ‘On the go’ with ReBeam

Zug, Switzerland — 16 June 2022 — With the rise in popularity of electric vehicles, the e-mobility experience has become a fragmented one, with EV charging between different charge points often being unpredictable and impractical for the end-user, as well as difficult to quantify for energy companies. This is due to the number of service providers and electricity companies operating across different regions, each with their own different, siloed platforms. But what if power providers, mobility companies, and end-users could be united under a common platform to build a frictionless, unified charging experience? In pursuit of this goal, Energy Web has partnered with Elia Group, 50Hertz, and bloXmove to bring to market a new solution called ReBeam. ReBeam integrates all the different parties typically involved in an EV charging session, including transmission system operators (TSOs), distribution system operators (DSOs), charge point operators (CPOs), and more under a common platform known as the Open Charging Network (OCN). This enables data sharing, messaging, transactions, and verification between different parties, while securely handling the digital identities of each market actor. Bringing all of these functions under one roof enables pairing of any electricity used at any charge point with electricity supplied to the grid by any supplier, allowing CPOs to deliver any power company’s electricity to vehicles without an intermediary. One outcome of cross-market interconnectivity is that end-users will be able to choose the electricity supplier of their choice at any participating public charging station, simplifying the EV charging process and maximizing choice for EV owners. All of this works without users having to sign multiple contracts or rely on different third-party service providers. ReBeam leverages self-sovereign identities to secure interactions, which enables participants to prove their identities, validate claims, and sign messages between one another directly. The protocol was designed with benefits for both users and companies in mind: Through the Open Charge Network, EV users are able to take their energy provider ‘on the go’, benefitting from preferential transactions no matter which charging point they use By giving them the tools to trust and verify each other, ReBeam is able to directly connect EV owners to CPOs without requiring a third-party service provider, reducing unnecessary costs and difficulty Electricity suppliers and grid operators are given transparency on charging demand, allowing them greater visibility for balancing their supply, rather than relying only on standard load profiles “EV ownership is growing rapidly, backed by national regulations and the Net Zero transition. In turn, we need to ensure that the technologies which support low-carbon e-mobility solutions are as efficient and convenient as possible”, said Kai Schmied, Innovation Manager at Elia Group. “Made possible by cutting-edge capabilities from Energy Web and bloXmove, ReBeam, once fully developed, will facilitate an EV charging process that streamlines interactions and reduces friction between EVs, and suppliers, giving EV users more choice than ever at the charging point.” In a demonstration of ReBeam completed this month in collaboration with Lichtblick, Germany’s largest independent green energy provider, and LamA, the German charging network led by Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Energy Web and Elia Group successfully executed an energy supplier switch at a public charge point in Berlin, Germany. Lichtblick issued verified credentials to their customers, which then presented the corresponding credential to the participating CPO, in this case LamA. LamA then verified the validity of the credential, unlocking the charging point, with Elia Group leveraging their Virtual Balancing Area (VBA) in the background ensuring that all energy is billed to the chosen electricity supplier and respective customer. While so far ReBeam has been demonstrated with Lichtblick and LamA, the technology can work with any participating providers. Elia Group and Energy Web share the goal to establish an operating area which extends grid-wide and across different countries. About Energy Web Energy Web is a global, member-driven non-profit accelerating the low-carbon, customer-centric energy transition by unleashing the potential of open-source, digital technologies. Our Energy Web Decentralized Operating System (EW-DOS) enables any energy asset, owned by any customer, to participate in any energy market. The Energy Web Chain — the world’s first enterprise-grade, public blockchain tailored to the energy sector — anchors the EW-DOS tech stack. The Energy Web ecosystem comprises leading utilities, grid operators, renewable energy developers, corporate energy buyers, IoT / telecom leaders, and others.
Zug, Switzerland — 16 June 2022 — With the rise in popularity of electric vehicles, the e-mobility experience has become a fragmented one, with EV charging between different charge points often being unpredictable and impractical for the end-user, as well as difficult to quantify for energy companies. This is due to the number of service providers and electricity companies operating across different regions, each with their own different, siloed platforms. But what if power providers, mobility companies, and end-users could be united under a common platform to build a frictionless, unified charging experience? In pursuit of this goal, Energy Web has partnered with Elia Group, 50Hertz, and bloXmove to bring to market a new solution called ReBeam. ReBeam integrates all the different parties typically involved in an EV charging session, including transmission system operators (TSOs), distribution system operators (DSOs), charge point operators (CPOs), and more under a common platform known as the Open Charging Network (OCN). This enables data sharing, messaging, transactions, and verification between different parties, while securely handling the digital identities of each market actor. Bringing all of these functions under one roof enables pairing of any electricity used at any charge point with electricity supplied to the grid by any supplier, allowing CPOs to deliver any power company’s electricity to vehicles without an intermediary. One outcome of cross-market interconnectivity is that end-users will be able to choose the electricity supplier of their choice at any participating public charging station, simplifying the EV charging process and maximizing choice for EV owners. All of this works without users having to sign multiple contracts or rely on different third-party service providers. ReBeam leverages self-sovereign identities to secure interactions, which enables participants to prove their identities, validate claims, and sign messages between one another directly. The protocol was designed with benefits for both users and companies in mind: Through the Open Charge Network, EV users are able to take their energy provider ‘on the go’, benefitting from preferential transactions no matter which charging point they use By giving them the tools to trust and verify each other, ReBeam is able to directly connect EV owners to CPOs without requiring a third-party service provider, reducing unnecessary costs and difficulty Electricity suppliers and grid operators are given transparency on charging demand, allowing them greater visibility for balancing their supply, rather than relying only on standard load profiles “EV ownership is growing rapidly, backed by national regulations and the Net Zero transition. In turn, we need to ensure that the technologies which support low-carbon e-mobility solutions are as efficient and convenient as possible”, said Kai Schmied, Innovation Manager at Elia Group. “Made possible by cutting-edge capabilities from Energy Web and bloXmove, ReBeam, once fully developed, will facilitate an EV charging process that streamlines interactions and reduces friction between EVs, and suppliers, giving EV users more choice than ever at the charging point.” In a demonstration of ReBeam completed this month in collaboration with Lichtblick, Germany’s largest independent green energy provider, and LamA, the German charging network led by Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Energy Web and Elia Group successfully executed an energy supplier switch at a public charge point in Berlin, Germany. Lichtblick issued verified credentials to their customers, which then presented the corresponding credential to the participating CPO, in this case LamA. LamA then verified the validity of the credential, unlocking the charging point, with Elia Group leveraging their Virtual Balancing Area (VBA) in the background ensuring that all energy is billed to the chosen electricity supplier and respective customer. While so far ReBeam has been demonstrated with Lichtblick and LamA, the technology can work with any participating providers. Elia Group and Energy Web share the goal to establish an operating area which extends grid-wide and across different countries. About Energy Web Energy Web is a global, member-driven non-profit accelerating the low-carbon, customer-centric energy transition by unleashing the potential of open-source, digital technologies. Our Energy Web Decentralized Operating System (EW-DOS) enables any energy asset, owned by any customer, to participate in any energy market. The Energy Web Chain — the world’s first enterprise-grade, public blockchain tailored to the energy sector — anchors the EW-DOS tech stack. The Energy Web ecosystem comprises leading utilities, grid operators, renewable energy developers, corporate energy buyers, IoT / telecom leaders, and others.
June 6, 2022  |  18:00

Australian Energy Market Operator partners with Energy Web on Project Symphony, a future-proofed solution for renewable energy integration

Perth, Australia, and Zug, Switzerland, 6 April 2022 — Energy Web, the non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, is proud to announce its collaboration with the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) on Project Symphony, an innovative project which adds consumer-owned Distributed Energy Resources (DER), like rooftop solar, to a Virtual Power Plant (VPP) to enable participation in a future energy market. The project, a collaboration between Western Power as project lead, AEMO, Synergy and the Western Australian Government, aims to provide greater grid stability and security while unlocking economic and environmental benefits for customers and their communities.
Perth, Australia, and Zug, Switzerland, 6 April 2022 — Energy Web, the non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, is proud to announce its collaboration with the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) on Project Symphony, an innovative project which adds consumer-owned Distributed Energy Resources (DER), like rooftop solar, to a Virtual Power Plant (VPP) to enable participation in a future energy market. The project, a collaboration between Western Power as project lead, AEMO, Synergy and the Western Australian Government, aims to provide greater grid stability and security while unlocking economic and environmental benefits for customers and their communities.
May 24, 2022  |  18:00

Growing grid flexibility in partnership with Electra Caldense

Zug, Switzerland — 24 May 2022 — We’re pleased to share an update on Electraflex, our project with Electra Caldense to implement a demand flexibility market to increase grid flexibility.
Zug, Switzerland — 24 May 2022 — We’re pleased to share an update on Electraflex, our project with Electra Caldense to implement a demand flexibility market to increase grid flexibility.
May 24, 2022  |  16:00

Energy Web | Growing grid flexibility in partnership with Electra Caldense

Growing grid flexibility in partnership with Electra Caldense
Growing grid flexibility in partnership with Electra Caldense
May 9, 2022  |  18:00

Climate-safe crypto: Energy Web and RMI unveil decarbonization approach for electricity-intensive industries

Zug, Switzerland, and Boulder CO, USA, 9 May 2022 — Energy Web, a non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, and RMI, an independent, US-based non-profit organization focused on accelerating the energy transition, have released a draft approach to evaluating the material impact of market-based renewable energy purchases. The approach is applicable to any sector and is currently being trialed with bitcoin miners as the foundation for an eventual certification program that will credential renewably-powered mining and hosting operations.
Zug, Switzerland, and Boulder CO, USA, 9 May 2022 — Energy Web, a non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, and RMI, an independent, US-based non-profit organization focused on accelerating the energy transition, have released a draft approach to evaluating the material impact of market-based renewable energy purchases. The approach is applicable to any sector and is currently being trialed with bitcoin miners as the foundation for an eventual certification program that will credential renewably-powered mining and hosting operations.
May 5, 2022  |  18:00

ENGIE Energy Access has successfully launched the Crowdfund for Solar platform on the Energy Web Chain to expand solar energy access in Sub-Saharan Africa

Zug, Switzerland — 5 May 2022 — This week, ENGIE Energy Access launched the Crowdfund for Solar platform on the Energy Web Chain, a new staking platform that allows Energy Web Token holders to support the installation of solar energy infrastructure for communities in Sub-Saharan Africa needing affordable and clean energy access.
Zug, Switzerland — 5 May 2022 — This week, ENGIE Energy Access launched the Crowdfund for Solar platform on the Energy Web Chain, a new staking platform that allows Energy Web Token holders to support the installation of solar energy infrastructure for communities in Sub-Saharan Africa needing affordable and clean energy access.
April 29, 2022  |  16:00

Energy Web Community Staking Pool Snapshots explained

Zug, Switzerland — 29 April 2022 — The Energy Web Token powered, proof-of-stake based Energy Web Consortia Relay Chain (EW-CRC) is designed to greatly enhance the cybersecurity of every Energy Web solution and identity connected to it. But this is only possible if the Energy Web community has access to a robust, secure staking mechanism on EW-CRC. This is the primary reason an initial staking pool was launched in December 2021: to demonstrate how using decentralized identifiers and verifiable credentials can support staking on a public blockchain.
Zug, Switzerland — 29 April 2022 — The Energy Web Token powered, proof-of-stake based Energy Web Consortia Relay Chain (EW-CRC) is designed to greatly enhance the cybersecurity of every Energy Web solution and identity connected to it. But this is only possible if the Energy Web community has access to a robust, secure staking mechanism on EW-CRC. This is the primary reason an initial staking pool was launched in December 2021: to demonstrate how using decentralized identifiers and verifiable credentials can support staking on a public blockchain.
April 27, 2022  |  18:00

How Energy Web and ENGIE Energy Access leverage crypto to expand solar energy access in Sub-Saharan Africa

Zug, Switzerland — 27 April 2022 — This month, Energy Web will launch Crowdfund for Solar alongside ENGIE Energy Access, a new staking platform that will allow Energy Web Token (EWT) holders to support the installation of solar energy infrastructure for energy-deficient communities in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Zug, Switzerland — 27 April 2022 — This month, Energy Web will launch Crowdfund for Solar alongside ENGIE Energy Access, a new staking platform that will allow Energy Web Token (EWT) holders to support the installation of solar energy infrastructure for energy-deficient communities in Sub-Saharan Africa.
April 22, 2022  |  18:00

Securing the Energy Transition with the Energy Web Consortia Relay Chain

Zug, Switzerland, 22 April 2022 — Over the past several months our team has conducted a detailed design exercise to finalize the architecture of the upcoming Energy Web Consortia Relay Chain in close partnership with Parity technologies. As we move closer to bringing the network to life, our team is excited to share an update with the broader Energy Web community about this crucial evolution of Energy Web technology.
Zug, Switzerland, 22 April 2022 — Over the past several months our team has conducted a detailed design exercise to finalize the architecture of the upcoming Energy Web Consortia Relay Chain in close partnership with Parity technologies. As we move closer to bringing the network to life, our team is excited to share an update with the broader Energy Web community about this crucial evolution of Energy Web technology.
April 14, 2022  |  18:00

Energy Web’s Validators launch the first phase of the Validator dashboard

Zug, Switzerland, 14 April 2022 — Energy Web’s Validators are proud to announce the first phase of the EWC Validator Dashboard, a first-of-its-kind tool that significantly enhances transparency into the Validators’ operational and governance activities. The dashboard not only helps the Energy Web community better understand the roles and responsibilities of Validator organizations, but also enables Validators to hold themselves and their peers accountable for adhering to the EWC Validator Code of Conduct.
Zug, Switzerland, 14 April 2022 — Energy Web’s Validators are proud to announce the first phase of the EWC Validator Dashboard, a first-of-its-kind tool that significantly enhances transparency into the Validators’ operational and governance activities. The dashboard not only helps the Energy Web community better understand the roles and responsibilities of Validator organizations, but also enables Validators to hold themselves and their peers accountable for adhering to the EWC Validator Code of Conduct.
March 31, 2022  |  18:00

Energy Web shares open-source tech toolkit for simplifying 24/7 clean energy procurement

Zug, Switzerland — 31 March 2022 — Energy Web (EW), in cooperation with Elia, SB Energy, and Shell, is excited to introduce the EW 24/7 toolkit, EW’s first version of its open-source Software Development Toolkit (SDK) supporting a 24/7 clean energy use case.
Zug, Switzerland — 31 March 2022 — Energy Web (EW), in cooperation with Elia, SB Energy, and Shell, is excited to introduce the EW 24/7 toolkit, EW’s first version of its open-source Software Development Toolkit (SDK) supporting a 24/7 clean energy use case.
March 24, 2022  |  18:00

Stedin, the Dutch Distribution System Operator, Announces Partnership with Energy Web to Explore the Future of Asset Management

Rotterdam, Netherlands, and Zug, Switzerland, 24 March 2022 — Energy Web, the non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, and Stedin, the Dutch distribution system operator (DSO), announced a partnership today to deploy a future-proofed solution for managing energy assets. This would include DSO-native devices, such as smart meters and distribution automation devices, and consumer/prosumer devices commonly referred to as distributed energy resources (DERs).
Rotterdam, Netherlands, and Zug, Switzerland, 24 March 2022 — Energy Web, the non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, and Stedin, the Dutch distribution system operator (DSO), announced a partnership today to deploy a future-proofed solution for managing energy assets. This would include DSO-native devices, such as smart meters and distribution automation devices, and consumer/prosumer devices commonly referred to as distributed energy resources (DERs).
March 8, 2022  |  18:00

E-regio joins the Energy Web ecosystem as a member and validator

Zug, Switzerland — 8 March 2022 — Today, Energy Web announced that e-regio, an energy utility from North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, has joined as Energy Web’s newest member and Validator of the Energy Web Chain.
Zug, Switzerland — 8 March 2022 — Today, Energy Web announced that e-regio, an energy utility from North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, has joined as Energy Web’s newest member and Validator of the Energy Web Chain.
February 22, 2022  |  18:00

KORE Collaborates with Kigen and Energy Web to Provide Integrated, eSIM-Based, Trusted Identity System for Smart Grid Applications

Zug, Switzerland — 22 February 2022 — KORE (NYSE: KORE), a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and worldwide IoT Connectivity-as-a-Service (CaaS), with support from Kigen, the global pioneers of OPEN IoT SAFE technology, and Energy Web, the non-profit focused on building operating systems for energy grids, announced today a collaboration that provides a secure and global connectivity solution for smart grid applications, designed with eSIM and OPEN IoT SAFE technology.
Zug, Switzerland — 22 February 2022 — KORE (NYSE: KORE), a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and worldwide IoT Connectivity-as-a-Service (CaaS), with support from Kigen, the global pioneers of OPEN IoT SAFE technology, and Energy Web, the non-profit focused on building operating systems for energy grids, announced today a collaboration that provides a secure and global connectivity solution for smart grid applications, designed with eSIM and OPEN IoT SAFE technology.
February 16, 2022  |  18:00

Stadtwerke Klagenfurt (STW) joins the Energy Web ecosystem as a member and validator

Zug, Switzerland — 16 February 2022 — Today, Energy Web announced that Stadtwerke Klagenfurt (STW) has joined as Energy Web’s newest member and Validator of the Energy Web Chain. STW is a publicly owned energy and water utility company that operates in the city of Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria.
Zug, Switzerland — 16 February 2022 — Today, Energy Web announced that Stadtwerke Klagenfurt (STW) has joined as Energy Web’s newest member and Validator of the Energy Web Chain. STW is a publicly owned energy and water utility company that operates in the city of Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria.
February 10, 2022  |  18:00

Blockdaemon Partners with Energy Web to Accelerate Global Sustainability

Zug, Switzerland — 10 February 2022 — Blockdaemon is proud to announce a partnership with Energy Web, a global nonprofit organization building operating systems for energy grids using open-source decentralized technologies. We at Blockdaemon are no strangers to adopting clean, green-energy blockchain infrastructure. Our partnership with Energy Web furthers our commitment to helping make the world more sustainable.
Zug, Switzerland — 10 February 2022 — Blockdaemon is proud to announce a partnership with Energy Web, a global nonprofit organization building operating systems for energy grids using open-source decentralized technologies. We at Blockdaemon are no strangers to adopting clean, green-energy blockchain infrastructure. Our partnership with Energy Web furthers our commitment to helping make the world more sustainable.
February 8, 2022  |  18:00

TERNA ENERGY joins the Energy Web ecosystem as a member and validator

Zug, Switzerland — 8 February 2022 — Today, Energy Web announced that TERNA ENERGY has joined as Energy Web’s newest member and Validator of the Energy Web Chain. TERNA ENERGY holds a leading position in the RES market in Greece, through the development of Wind Farms, Hydroelectric, Hybrid, and Pumping Projects, Solar energy projects as well as Integrated Waste Management and biogas projects. Currently, TERNA ENERGY Group has more than 1,300 MW in operation, under construction or ready for construction in Greece, Central, and Eastern Europe.
Zug, Switzerland — 8 February 2022 — Today, Energy Web announced that TERNA ENERGY has joined as Energy Web’s newest member and Validator of the Energy Web Chain. TERNA ENERGY holds a leading position in the RES market in Greece, through the development of Wind Farms, Hydroelectric, Hybrid, and Pumping Projects, Solar energy projects as well as Integrated Waste Management and biogas projects. Currently, TERNA ENERGY Group has more than 1,300 MW in operation, under construction or ready for construction in Greece, Central, and Eastern Europe.
February 2, 2022  |  18:00

Energy Web Announces Development of Renewable Energy EV Charging with Vodafone and Mastercard, Part of Vodafone’s New Economy of Things Platform

Newbury, England, and Zug, Switzerland, 28 February 2022 — Energy Web, the non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, has announced today a collaboration with Vodafone and Mastercard to develop a new “Economy of Things” (EoT) platform. The platform will allow verified connected devices on Vodafone’s Digital Asset Broker (DAB) to transact seamlessly and securely with full owner control. This includes electric vehicles (EV) transacting directly with charging points, as well as interactions between other vehicles, machines, and IoT assets, unlocking value from billions of devices.
Newbury, England, and Zug, Switzerland, 28 February 2022 — Energy Web, the non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, has announced today a collaboration with Vodafone and Mastercard to develop a new “Economy of Things” (EoT) platform. The platform will allow verified connected devices on Vodafone’s Digital Asset Broker (DAB) to transact seamlessly and securely with full owner control. This includes electric vehicles (EV) transacting directly with charging points, as well as interactions between other vehicles, machines, and IoT assets, unlocking value from billions of devices.
February 2, 2022  |  18:00

Allgäuer Überlandwerke joins the Energy Web ecosystem as a member and validator

Zug, Switzerland — 7 February 2022 — Today, Energy Web announced that German energy supplier AUEW has joined as Energy Web’s newest member and Validator of the Energy Web Chain. From 2018 until the end of 2021 AUEW participated in the local energy market project, Pebbles, a market demonstration of blockchain technology in the energy sector in Wilpoldsried Germany. Following this project, AUEW is joining EWF to bring its energy blockchain work to the next level.
Zug, Switzerland — 7 February 2022 — Today, Energy Web announced that German energy supplier AUEW has joined as Energy Web’s newest member and Validator of the Energy Web Chain. From 2018 until the end of 2021 AUEW participated in the local energy market project, Pebbles, a market demonstration of blockchain technology in the energy sector in Wilpoldsried Germany. Following this project, AUEW is joining EWF to bring its energy blockchain work to the next level.
January 27, 2022  |  18:00

Elia Successfully Demonstrates TSO-visible EV Charging in Collaboration With Energy Web and BMW Group

Berlin, Germany, and Zug, Switzerland, 27 January 2022 — Elia Group, the Belgian and German Transmission Service Operator (TSO), in collaboration with Energy Web, the non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, and BMW Group, has successfully demonstrated a TSO-visible EV charging session, laying the groundwork for improved EV charging, including renewable energy-only charging and fast supplier switching. In a demonstration at a public, fast-charging charge point from LamA in Berlin, Felix Kohlbrenner, research project manager at BMW Group, charged a BMW EV using this new solution, where the vehicle’s digital identity was securely shared with Elia. He also spoke with Helen Burgess from Elia about the solution and what it means for the future of EV charging.
Berlin, Germany, and Zug, Switzerland, 27 January 2022 — Elia Group, the Belgian and German Transmission Service Operator (TSO), in collaboration with Energy Web, the non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, and BMW Group, has successfully demonstrated a TSO-visible EV charging session, laying the groundwork for improved EV charging, including renewable energy-only charging and fast supplier switching. In a demonstration at a public, fast-charging charge point from LamA in Berlin, Felix Kohlbrenner, research project manager at BMW Group, charged a BMW EV using this new solution, where the vehicle’s digital identity was securely shared with Elia. He also spoke with Helen Burgess from Elia about the solution and what it means for the future of EV charging.
January 27, 2022  |  16:00

Digital passports for electric vehicles - Elia Group X BMW X Energy Web

Digital passports for electric vehicles - Elia Group X BMW X Energy Web
Digital passports for electric vehicles - Elia Group X BMW X Energy Web
January 26, 2022  |  16:00

Enerjisa joins the Energy Web ecosystem as a member and validator

Zug, Switzerland — 26 January 2022 — Today Energy Web announced that Enerjisa — one of Turkey’s largest DSOs, energy retailers, and EV charging companies has joined as Energy Web’s newest member and Validator of the Energy Web Chain. With more than 10 thousand employees, Enerjisa reaches a population of 21.6 million and serves 10.1 million customers within 14 provinces across 3 distribution regions in Turkey.
Zug, Switzerland — 26 January 2022 — Today Energy Web announced that Enerjisa — one of Turkey’s largest DSOs, energy retailers, and EV charging companies has joined as Energy Web’s newest member and Validator of the Energy Web Chain. With more than 10 thousand employees, Enerjisa reaches a population of 21.6 million and serves 10.1 million customers within 14 provinces across 3 distribution regions in Turkey.

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