In 2017, the world generated more than 9,000 TWh of low-carbon electricity. In 2019, a record 75% of new generating capacity was renewable. Yet there’s much room for improvement in renewable energy markets, including those for renewable energy certificates (RECs) in North America, guarantees of origin (GOs) in Europe, the International REC Standard (I-REC) elsewhere around the world, and emerging models.
Digitalized ‘proof of impact’ platforms can address existing market pain points and catalyze demand among buyers—multinational corporations, small- and medium-sized enterprises, electric vehicle fleets, decentralized blockchain networks—for impactful renewable energy investments.
Our EW Origin software development toolkit is designed for building new solutions for corporate renewable energy procurement, 100% certified renewably-powered electric vehicle charge guarantees, low-carbon fuel sourcing, and avoided carbon tracking in alignment with relevant market standards and regulations.
Our open-source app EW Zero enables any renewable energy buyer to find and source procurement options from across a wide variety of digital marketplaces globally. Zero integrates myriad marketplaces—including those built with EW Origin—through a single, convenient, digital interface.
Energy Web solutions for renewable energy markets have been deployed in more than a dozen countries around the world across four continents.
“The #EnergyWeb project is so exciting because it has tremendous ... transformative potential, not just for Europe, but for power grids around the world. We are catching a glimpse of the future electricity system...”
Really pumped about this one: with support from @Google we'll be partnering with... utilities across Europe throughout 2021 to deploy the open source @energywebx stack. Our vision = enable any device to participate in local & regional energy markets in support of 100% green grids!
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