https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFcGIqbfPHY&feature=youtu.be

The independent dataplatform provider

Designed for the energy industry to accelerate the development and implementation of sustainable energy.

CLEARWATTS EXPLAINED

learwatts unlocks data to parties in the electricity market.
Take for example a windfarm owner and a utility, signing a power purchase agreement.
They need production data and market prices to settle their agreement…

In today’s market each of them starts searching and collecting the relevant data on their
own. An inefficient, costly and sometimes unsuccessful way of working, with settlement
calculations and reconciliation costs still to come.

learwatts makes them working together in retrieving the data and the settlement
of their agreement.

learwatts brings in the data providers…

… and connects standalone databases, turning them into one distributed database.

The learwatts software system starts and on a realtime basis data providers
write their data on the platform.

By adding blockchain technology, learwatts assures the security, privacy, traceability
and immutability of the data, resulting in one single source of truth of data for both the
wind farm owner and the utility.

Fully operational learwatts will connect all kinds of market players to its platform.
Each taking the benefit of easily accessible, secure, traceable and immutable
renewable energy data.

CLEARWATTS EXPLAINED

TEAM

Paul Geluk

mede-oprichter

The classic “Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet…” passage is attributed to a remixing of the Roman philosopher Cicero's 45 BC text De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum (“On the Extremes of Good and Evil”). More specifically, the passage is thought to originate from sections 1.10.32 – 33 of his text, with the most notable portion excerpted below:

Henk Jan Braggaar

mede-oprichter

The classic “Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet…” passage is attributed to a remixing of the Roman philosopher Cicero's 45 BC text De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum (“On the Extremes of Good and Evil”). More specifically, the passage is thought to originate from sections 1.10.32 – 33 of his text, with the most notable portion excerpted below: