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Blockchain2Energy Europe


13 February 2019 /// Amsterdam

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Blockchain2Energy Europe


13 February 2019 /// Amsterdam

Blockchain beyond the hype: What’s the realistic added value of blockchain energy applications?

Towards the end of 2017 blockchain seemed to be universally hailed as the solution for nearly every problem the energy industry ever faced. Cryptocurrencies skyrocketed and new blockchain initiatives popped up on a daily basis. In 2018, the industry was forced to face reality and blockchain technology had to grow up fast. It led to quite some disillusionment; markets crashed, a shake-out of startups occurred and expectations got depressed.  Will 2019 bring us to the harsh realization that blockchain isn’t the disruptive technology it promised to be? Or will the surviving business models prove their actual added value to the energy transition?

Make up your own mind! Join Blockchain2Energy 2019, our third conference focused on the practical and current-day applications of blockchain in the energy sector.

Key Characteristics

World leading, real-life use cases

A realistic and critical view on the added value of blockchain in the energy sector

Bringing together 150+ energy and blockchain professionals

The biggest independent Blockchain & Energy conference

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Webinar


Webinar


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PAST WEBINAR
The added value of blockchain in energy retailing
29th of November, at 16:00 CET

 
  • How is the American retail energy sector different from the European sector?

  • How Drift is using blockchain to develop new customer products

  • Drift launch of first-of-its-kind tRECs (time-based renewable environmental attributes)

ALAN TILLEY /// DIRECTOR POWER OPERATIONS - DRIFT
Alan started his career in technology in the late 70s after going off grid in 1975. From this experience, he developed a lifetime respect for energy (in)dependence. In 1997, he founded Questar Microsystems and designed and manufactured over 40 products including industrial automation hardware, software, distributed hydro-generation, professional digital audio equipment, and consumer electronic products. In the 1990s Questar was involved in the internet as an infrastructure and software developer to fortune 500 companies. In 2009 Questar was renamed Questar Energy Systems to focus on solar and wind opportunities and participated in a number of projects including the designed and manufacturing of commercial solar tracking systems. In 2014 Drift Marketplace was formed to take advantage of the knowledge gained in autonomous nodal networking, machine learning, cryptography, and wholesale energy markets. Drift was granted two patents in 2017 on this work and currently has an additional three patents pending. Alan's chief responsibilities are; business management, systems design, supply chain creation, and energy market operations. Drift is a FERC licensed virtual utility, focused on distributed aggregation of supply/demand and delivering ‘Energy as a Service’ to end consumers.
ALAN TILLEY
DIRECTOR POWER OPERATIONS /// DRIFT
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Blockchain Company Guide


Blockchain Company Guide


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Comprehensive Guide of Companies involved in Blockchain & Energy

In order to provide an overview of the current landscape, we have collected information on over 60 companies and pilot projects working with blockchain and energy, describing the focus of their businesses and the different use cases they have for blockchain technologies and bundled this information in the complimentary 44-page report “A Comprehensive Guide for Companies involved in Blockchain and Energy”.

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Program


Program


CONFERENCE PROGRAM

TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:

Do we need blockchain?

Use Cases

Real-life case studies

Added value per stakeholder group

Regulatory framework

What will the future bring?

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News & Updates


News & Updates


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Sponsors & Partners


Sponsors & Partners


Sponsorship opportunities

This international event will involve 150+ high-level decision-makers from around the world.

A broad range of opportunities is available to build and promote your brand to a diverse, yet focused group of high level international and local stakeholders including investors, financiers, project developers, EPC’s IPP’s and manufacturers.


Options include:

  • Tailor-made branding and networking focused packages

  • Facilitation of 1-on-1 meetings with key stakeholders

  • Visibility through both on and offline international marketing campaign

  • Possibility to have speaking involvement through a presentation or panel discussion

  • Unparalleled access to unique networking opportunities with a targeted group

For more information, please contact Jens van der Laan through jens@solarplaza.com.

 
ACCOUNT MANAGER
Tom van Dorp

Jens van der Laan
+31 10 302 7910

jens@solarplaza.com

NETWORKING SPONSOR
 
 
MEDIAPARTNER
 
SPONSORS & PARTNERS 2018
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Registration


Registration


Registration

Blockchain beyond the hype: What’s the realistic added value of blockchain energy applications?

Make up your own mind! Join Blockchain2Energy 2019, our third conference focused on the practical and current-day applications of blockchain in the energy sector.

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Track Record


Track Record


Track Record Globe

Our track record comprises a portfolio of over 100 events around the globe, spanning 5 continents, 34 countries, 50 cities. We've hosted exploratory trade missions and market-focused conferences, but have always put a large emphasis on the practicalities, challenges, opportunities and delicacies of financing. 

We've built up a line of 'Unlocking Solar Capital' events - with editions in Africa, Latin America and Asia - that focus on connecting conventional financing with project development, we host the annual 'Making Solar Bankable' event in Amsterdam together with Dutch development bank FMO, and always include a wide range of financial topics and speakers in all the events we organize. Furthermore, we've hosted a series of conference on innovative financing methods and practices, like the 'Renewable Energy Crowdfunding' conferences (hosted twice in London) and the YieldCon events (organized in New York and London). 

Expanding upon this and further aligned with our new 'Future Grid' division, we're approaching the topic of blockchain, which we had already touched upon in several of our other events. 

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About Solarplaza


About Solarplaza


About Solarplaza

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"To positively impact the world by accelerating the sustainable energy transition"

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  • Established in 2004

  • 100+ events

  • 30+ countries

    From CHILE to CHINA

  • 60.000+

    Of RE professionals in our network

Contact Us

For program matters regarding the event and its content, get in touch with:

PROJECT MANAGER

Thomas Boersma
+31 10 302 7915
thomas@solarplaza.com

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For questions regarding exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, contact:

ACCOUNT MANAGER

Jens van der Laan
+31 10 302 7910

jens@solarplaza.com

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For inquiries on media partnerships and marketing opportunities, reach out to:

MARKETEER

Irene Rodríguez Martín
+31 10 302 7912
irene@solarplaza.com

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