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Blockchain in Energy. Online conference on March 25. –

The dynamic development of distributed ledger technology offers the possibility of considerable innovations. This process has not escaped the energy sector, which is keenly interested in the development of blockchain technology. Therefore, we invite you to the 3rd edition of the CBE POLSKA online seminar: “Blockchain in Energy”, which will be held on March 25, 2021.

The event’s website with a detailed description and agenda is available at the link:

The lectures during the seminar will be conducted by, among others:

  • Lukas Repa, blockchain expert and legal team leader in Digital Innovation and Blockchain, DG CONNECT, European Commission;
  • Marek Sobieniecki, Global Strategic Partnerships, IKEA Clean Energy Services;
  • Sarah Mamel, Senior Expert, Digitalisation Department, Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH (dena) – energy market regulator;
  • Ingo Ruebe, CEO bei BOTLabs GmbH;
  • Dorota Toczyska, Expert in the Communication and Promotion Department, National Center for Research and Development;
  • Monika Bogdał, Legal advisor, Head of the new technologies team, Kancelaria Prawna Piszcz i Wspólnicy Spółka Komandytowa;
  • Michał Pierzgalski, Representative of the Polish Sandbox Blockchain project / Krajowa Izba Rozliczeniowa;
  • Rahim Blak, CEO Copernic, Mosaico, Sapiency.

The lectures during the event concern:

  • Activities of the European Commission in the field of the legal framework and regulations for blockchain – taking into account the perspective for the energy market;
  • Consensus protocol on the decentralized power grid of the future;
  • The “Blockchain Machine Identity Ledger” project on the German market, which is implemented by DENA (energy market regulator). Currently, together with 21 partners, it creates a decentralized, digital register of the identity of individual devices and installations in the energy sector. The aim is to enable the integration of decentralized energy sources as well as: heat pumps, energy storage systems, electrolysers, photovoltaic installations, vehicle charging stations;
  • KILT – an open-source blockchain platform that is to allow both companies and public institutions to certify the authenticity of identities, data and products. The KILT platform is part of a project for the energy sector – “Blockchain Machine Identity Ledger” in Germany;
  • Use of blockchain technology for energy and logistics system management in a Dutch utility / utility company;
  • The first blockchain “sandbox” in Poland – possibilities and principles of cooperation;
  • Financing blockchain projects from NCBR programs;
  • Blockchain for RES and tokenization of the construction of solar farms.

Details and registration: https://cbepolska.pl/pl/seminarium-blockchain-w-energetyce.html?start=2

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