Ovo has taken a minority stake in blockchain company Electron, through its company Kaluza.
Electron is to develop flexibility trading platforms in Switzerland and South Korea as the energy blockchain specialist expands its smart platform technology into international markets.
Article covering the first trade of capacity on an Electron platform.
Electron is mentioned as an actor in the blockchain and energy space.
Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings (TEPCO) has invested in energy blockchain firm, Electron.
The UK's Energy Entrepreneurs Fund awarded a grant to energy tech company Electron.
Article covering Paul Massara joining Electron.
Paul Ellis explains the benefits of blockchain to trade energy in an interview with TechCrunch.
Executives at Europe’s most innovative energy technology (“Entech”) talk to Montel about the potential for blockchain to enable the next phase of the energy transition by integrating renewables as well as EVs and household appliances through blockchain and AI. How can regulation encourage innovation in the entech space?
Host: • Richard Sverrisson, Editor-in-Chief Europe, Montel
• Ana Tbrovich, co-founder and COO of Grid Singularity
• Jo-Jo Hubbard, CEO of Electron
• Maria McKavanagh, COO of Verv
We wanted to hear from visionaries as, given the dose of realism we’ve been dishing out so far, some people might be starting to wonder if there was any future for blockchain in the energy industry. There certainly is…
And for episode 7, I’d like to welcome JoJo Hubbard, Co-Founder and CEO of Electron.
It was once hailed as the technology that would change everything. From banking to shipping, retail and, of course, energy. But has the hype surrounding Blockchain now peaked? If so, what is left? Could Blockchain change the energy industry? And, before we even get there, what on earth is it?
Presented by Kunal Dutta.
Featuring JoJo Hubbard, Electron; Scott Kessler, LO3 Energy; David Gerard, author Attack of the 50 Foot Blockchain & Judith Durkin, Shell.
“On episode 7 I talk to Joanna Hubbard COO and cofounder of Electron new platform developed by a group of blockchain and energy experts aiming to disrupt the 10 trillion dollar energy market. Joanna is an expert in blockchain and energy previously leading this sector at McKinsey. She is a frequent keynote speaker on blockchain and energy sitting on advisory boards for several UK utilities and writes for national publications on these topics.
On today’s episode we explore:
- The potential that blockchain has for transforming the global energy market.
- How to think about scaling as an early stage blockchain company
- The traditional path of venture financing vs ICO’s and the lessons Joanna has learned in leadership and developing super powers to be productive.”
Building blockchain systems for the energy sector
Paul Massara, CEO of Electron, joins Ahmed for the 14th episode of Encrypted.
On today’s show, Ahmed explores an interesting application of blockchain technology: Energy!
Paul first talks about the challenges and pain-points that currently face the energy industry, before moving on to how these challenges can be solved.
Existing players in the blockchain market attempting to solve these challenges are explored as Paul explains the use cases within the energy sector in both the developed and developing markets.
He also takes us into a deep dive (in layman terms) into how Electron are utilising blockchain for energy, particularly in the digitalisation of assets.
Simon and Colin interviewed some great guests at Blockchain Live to get an insight into what's happening in blockchain straight from the experts.
In this episode Paul Ellis, Executive Chairman and co-Founder of Electron, speaks on the possibilities and issues blockchain can address in the energy industry and the reason the energy industry is accepting blockchain with open arms.
Ten different podcast guests who’ve all answered the same 5 questions.
1. What’s a book on bitcoin, blockchain tech, or cryptocurrency that you would recommend?
2. What’s one thing you would tell the younger you if you could go back in time?
3. If you were the King of the World, what’s one law you’d put into place?
4. What technology would you like to see in the world ten years from now?
5. What’s the best piece of advice you can give to someone who wants to do something great, but he or she doesn’t know where to start.”
“I really do think this would make a huge positive difference. And when you find that thing, there’s nothing else in the world you’d rather do than just stick with it until you’ve made it happen.”
Joanna Hubbard found her thing, the thing that motivated her to move mountains or in this case move energy, renewable energy even, distributed on a blockchain.