Powering The Zero-carbon Economy
Energy Web is an open-source decentralised operating system with its main focus on the energy sector. Its aims concern the current carbon emission problem in the Earth. Increase the value of renewable energy, unlock the potential of distributed energy resources, avoid fossil-fueled generations and accelerate the retirement of fossil-fueled assets. There are two main challenges that Energy Web addresses in terms of the current renewable markets: scaling access to grid flexibility through Decentralised Energy Resources and open, scalable marketplace for transparent and efficient renewable energy purchasing.
Energy Web Token (EWT) is the native utility token within the Energy Web Chain. There are two utilities for EWT; as payment for gas fees which will be used to compensate validators, and as payment for using Energy Web services. There is a maximum supply of 100 million EWT.
Blockhorn Ventures, Tokyo Electric Power.