Blockchain technology in the energy sector enables control to be placed in the hands of producers and consumers, promising a major shift for the previously centrally controlled grid.
This talk uncovers how this technology can be channeled to enable greater energy provision and access in developing parts of the world. It also showcases examples of how blockchain enabled transactive energy can optimise energy markets globally.
The vision of transactive energy is to enable free markets and real-time energy access but how can we ensure this benefits the consumer? This session develops a technology roadmap for these challenges looking at:
- Developing business models for blockchain enabled energy transactions
- Democratising access to energy in developing markets
- Deploying technology cost-effectively
Your Speaker for this case study:
Rhythima Shinde, Co-founder Energy Bazaar started the business to provide inclusive technical solutions to societal issues of the community to ensure more sustainable technology solution.