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2016 05-17 gtec-pitch-deck_itp_localenergygrid_169

Pitch for the GTEC blockchain innovation award.
Incentivize local renweabler energy producers.

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2016 05-17 gtec-pitch-deck_itp_localenergygrid_169

  1. 1. Incentivize local renewable energy producers Dr. Martin Berger Dr. Andreas Szinovatz ITP Innovative Technologie Projekte GmbH
  2. 2. © Bente Stachowske / Greenpeace Global warming is a fact! Source: Redrawing the Energy-Climate Map, World Energy Outlook Special Report, International Energy Agency (IEA), Juni 2013
  3. 3. Photovoltaic – leader of renewables Source: Aktuelle Fakten zur Photovoltaik in Deutschland, Fraunhofer ISE, April 2016 Water Biomass Wind Photovoltaic InstalledPower[GW] Foto: Roto, wohnen-magazine.de
  4. 4. Decreasing motivation to feed-in in Germany More self-consumption Less production & feed-in Reduced positive impact on network & climate Feed-in remuneration 8.5-12.3 Cent/KWh Production costs 10-14 Cent/KWh Electricity price 29 Cent/KWh
  5. 5. Decreasing motivation to feed-in in Germany More self-consumption Less production & feed-in Reduced positive impact on network & climate Feed-in remuneration 8.5-12.3 Cent/KWh Production costs 10-14 Cent/KWh Electricity price 29 Cent/KWh
  6. 6. Local grid via blockchain & smart contracts Producer Producer Producer ConsumerConsumer Consumer Assumption Consumers are willing to pay a higher price for renewable energy provided by local producers.
  7. 7. Feed-in of producer Anna is blockchainified Her smart meter measures the feed-in supply and publishes it to the blockchain Anna feeds in and receives usual feed-in remuneration Anna monitors stats of her contributed energy on her mobile Producer Anna
  8. 8. Consumer Tom supports a local grid Tom consumes the energy of his energy provider as usual He donates a monetary supplement to the local grid in form of cryptocurrency His supplement is transferred to a pay-in address managed by the local grids smart contract Consumer Tom
  9. 9. The smart contract of a local grid The smart contract distributes the total pay-in of the consumers in proportion to the provided energy to the payout addresses of the producers contract LocalGrid { struct Producer { address addr; uint amount; // produced KWh since last payout } mapping (uint => Producer) producers; ... address public balance; uint public nextPayoutTime; uint public donationPeriodInDays = 30; ... function addConsumerDonation(uint amount) { ... } function receiveProduction(uint producerId, uint amount) { ... } function payout() { ... } }
  10. 10. Consumers • Contribution to climate protection • Support local producers • Flexible • Transparent • Easy Producers • Monetary supplement • Minimal overhead costs Energy System • Minimally invasive • No new infrastructures Benefit
  11. 11. Figures for Germany 0,5% German households donate 13% on top of monthly electricity bill (11 €) 5% of German PV plants become local grid producer 5% = 354 € yearly surplus for producer 40.2 Mio Households 1.5 Mio PV plants 26.5 Mio €
  12. 12. Roadmap Month 1 2 3 4 5 6 >= Plan Build Run Idea Technology decisions Define join/leave process Legal implications Marketing strategy Friendly customer Funding Partner Product roadmap Pilot Rollout Operations 1st Prototype Smart meter integration Mobile app development Design of smart contract Blockchain integration 1. Plan 3. Run 2. Build
  13. 13. The team Dr. Andreas Szinovatz CEO Computer Scientist, Founder, Visionary Dr. Martin Berger Head of R&D Mathematician, Bitcoiner, Allrounder www.itp-world.com Andreas Deil Lead Developer Physicist, Linuxer, Perfectionist

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