Mihail explaining that a NRGCOIN is minted when 1KW is injected in the smart grid. It is injected only if production is bigger than demand at the household level.
By the other side, Francois explained that a Solarcoin is minted when 1 MWh of solar energy is produced.
My understanding is that Solarcoin can become a secondary source of income for the house owner. It is true that about 0,1€ per MWh it is not a great income, but the business model exists and is growing.
I congratulate the organization for good selection of speakers.
Mihail Mihaylov explained the NRGcoin concept, a decentralized mechanism for rewarding renewable energy, based on blockchain technology
They built a proof-of-concept prototype and have plans to implement a test at household level in September.
That is my main question. How it is possible that such level of innovation is nowadays available and ready to use and the common sentence of all three speakers was that the main brake to growth in Spain is the current legal framework.
It is our obligation to spread the voice, to share our knowledge, to create awareness, to tell to the non-tech-world, to the non-related-energy-business-world that energy transition is already here, at arm’s length, to put in practice a “permission-less innovation”.
We cannot wait for governments or utilities. If we wait we won´t move.
A senior manager of one of the backbone companies of Spanish energy market was seated to my right.
Addendum: Some days later I listened a similar argument related to CEO’s attitude in a talk about desing banking