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Green certificates on blockchain

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Green certificates on blockchain

Creation of digital infrastructure of green certificates on blockchain

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KORUM
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info@russiancarbon.org

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Green certificates on blockchain

Creation of digital infrastructure of green certificates on blockchain

Solution description

Saint-Petersburg team “KORUM” won the prize from the strategic partner of the hackathon Hevel Solar — the biggest integrated company in Russia in the field of solar energy. The members presented their solution for the problem of proof that generated energy is really “green”. The model “certificate=token” includes audit of power station by the managing body, recording of the process by sensors and emission of tokens in the end of the process, which can later be sold to organizations.

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