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  • Now available: the whitepaper "The Power of the Many"

    The whitepaper of the Energy Tokenization group called "The Power of the Many -
    Towards a citizens' driven energy transition through fractional ownership of solar parks",
    is now available for download via the button below!

  • Webinars & podcasts

    View and listen to our webinars and podcasts about Tokenization of Energy

    Tokenization: The Missing Link to Decentralized Energy Success

    Clean energy is facing severe hurdles to getting into the markets and revealing its full potential. Blockchain could be a solution for this by enabling people to tokenize an energy asset. This way, they will receive the production and the value that is created by the asset. However, if we want to start value transactions, we have to make sure that the datasets are coming from reliable sources...

  • Energy Tokenization: Form a practical and legal perspective

    Energy markets are becoming more decentralized. How can we realize democratized ownership of energy-generating assets and peer-to-peer exchanges? The Energy Token working group aims to answer this quetsion through collaboraiton with a coalition of industry partners.


    Together with Michel Chatelin & Kai Siefert, David van Ineveld (host) discusses energy tokenization from a practical and legal perspective and answers questions such as:

    • Do we need to adopt ways of standardization?
    • How do we grow and foster this innovation of tokenization?
    • How do we adapt the law to societal issues?
  • Podcast Series Energy Token - Episode I

    At the moment, the energy sector is heavily regulated and enjoys a certain lack of transparency. Furthermore, the new EU regulation states that prosumers (a consumer who also produces energy) are very important as a new way of producing and consuming energy.


    The opportunities are endless with new technologies, such as distributed ledger technologies.


    In the current metering & allocation setup, every commercial grid connection has a meter and associated allocation point. Balance responsible parties (BRPs) are responsible for maintaining supply and demand in the energy market within their portfolio. Together, all BRPs represent all connections within a scheduling area (for example, the Netherlands).


    As the BRPs work on expected production, consumption, and external trade, differences between supply and demand may occur using reconciliation to correct the disparity. New technology, such as smart meters and DLTs, allows for real-time energy allocation based on energy consumption.

  • Webinar Energy Token: Fall update 2021

    The Energy Token use case aims to develop the infrastructure that supports an energy token and embed this in the currently available infrastructure.


    The continued progress of technology brings many opportunities to improve traditional industries and rethink current approaches. Innovations, such as blockchain and the internet, make energy systems more intelligent and better benefit consumers. This increasing digitalization can transform how people engage with these utilities by bringing control and transparency back to the end-user.

  • Webinar introduction to use-case Energy Token

    The persistent progress of technology brings many opportunities to improve traditional industries as current approaches need to be rethought. This can also be applied to the energy sector. New innovations, such as blockchain and the internet of things, make energy systems smarter and enable consumers to better benefit from energy services. This increaing digitization has the potential to transform how people engage with these utilities, by bringing control and transparency back to the end user.


    Together with several parties, the working group of this use case aims to create an Energy Token

  • Online Course

    This course will put you at the forefront of the energy transition, allowing you to advance your career and company.

    This course is developed by Rotterdam School of Management and Erasmus Center for Data Analytics in collaboration with industry partners such as IBM, Stedin, Elaad, European Commission – JRC, EURAC, DWA, DTU, TU Clausthal, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, municipality of Rotterdam and so on. They shed light on how digital technologies help with the energy transition and then how to use this to develop future potential business models in various energy and energy-dependent sectors.

    1. Energy Tokenization

    Introduction of Tokens

    2a. Energy Tokenization

    Tokens in the energy sector

    2b. Energy Tokenization

    Token application

    3. Energy Tokenization

    Fractional ownership use case