Electron Joins Energy Web Foundation
Electron is pleased to announce that we are joining the Energy Web Foundation (EWF) with immediate effect.
Electron is a leading player in the development of energy blockchain use cases, in particular its Flexibility Trading platform in the UK market.
“We are seeing significant demand from other geographical markets for our Flexibility Platform and so now we see it as a logical step to partner with the EWF. The EWF brings together energy blockchain experts which helps promote the use and governance of blockchain globally. We are excited to be part of this organisation and look forward to playing a full role in moving it forward”, said Paul Ellis, Electron’s CEO.
“We are thrilled to officially bring Electron into the EWF ecosystem,” says Jesse Morris, Co-Founder and Principal at Energy Web Foundation. “Electron was one of the very first organizations to recognize the potential of blockchain in energy. Given their technical expertise and deep experience in the UK power market, Electron will be key in helping EWF better design our platform to support decentralized applications.”
Oenone Scott, Communications Manager
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Electron is a London-based tech company harnessing blockchain to design new platforms and services for a decarbonising, digitising, decentralising and democratising energy sector. Recognising the potential for these new technologies to transform the shared virtual infrastructure of the grid, Electron is taking a top down, collaborative approach to platform development and working with various key stakeholders in the energy industry.
For more information, please visit www.electron.org.uk
About Energy Web Foundation:
Energy Web Foundation (EWF) is a global nonprofit unleashing blockchain’s potential to accelerate the transition to a decentralized, democratized, decarbonized, and resilient energy system. EWF is building the shared, digital infrastructure—an open-source, scalable blockchain platform—specifically designed for the energy sector’s regulatory, operational, and market needs. Co-founded by Rocky Mountain Institute and Grid Singularity, and with a worldwide network of over 40 affiliates and growing, EWF is poised to become the industry’s leading choice as the foundational base layer, providing the building blocks powering the world’s energy future.
For more, visit http://www.energyweb.org.