By 2030, global energy demand from electric vehicles (EVs) is expected to be equal to the total annual electricity consumption of Germany or Japan, the world’s 4th- and 3rd-largest economies.
Hundreds of millions of EVs represent a huge source of new demand for renewable energy markets. EVs and their associated energy storage capacity also offer great opportunities—and potential challenges—for grid management.
The right types of digital solutions will be needed to seamlessly manage vehicle identities, green EV charging, grid flexibility and other services, and financial settlement. Together, the EW Origin and EW Flex software development toolkits can help.
That time the United Nations (@UN) writes about #EnergyWeb, the @CryptoClimAcc, ... and how to #makecryptogreen. 👇 Their conclusion: “The UN should continue experimenting in the #blockchain space.” ⚡️ https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/06/1094362
How does Austria’s first energy community work? Consumers purchase PV plants ... shares via MyPower-R&C energy tokenization platform that is deployed on @energywebx tech stack. Based on energy produced, tokens can be used for e.g. paying electric bills. https://bit.ly/3zaGDdo
Excited to take the reins as CEO of @energywebx with @WalterKook leading our new... innovation lab! Idea is to continue bringing energy majors onto $EWT stack while using the Lab to keep us innovating at the edge of #Crypto https://medium.com/energy-web-insights/introducing-the-lab-an-energy-web-innovation-hub-963330f7af71
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