Blockchain for Energy Sector

What is it?

eChain is a disruptive energy trading platform which not only assists to the direct connection of generators and end-users, but also enables p2p trade of energy. It reduces unnecessary shared and search costs. This is distributed supply of energy to SMEs and households which help generators to bill the end-users directly without having any infrastructure or back office.

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Who is it for?

It helps local, renewable and small energy generators to directly bill the end-users. It’s highly beneficial for private wires, local energy communities, CHPs and district heating system, where the real-time and accurate billing is of the paramount importance. Nevertheless, site and building management companies can benefit from our Blockchain based billing system.

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How does it operate?

Our cloud-based platform has multiple sides for different players in the market: consumers, generators and regulators. P2P trading between generators and consumers, real-time switching, automated billing and administration system, and flexible demand-side response significantly reduce bills for end users and provides better margin for renewable generators.

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eChain Features

All designed based on the market needs.
Feature 1

Accurate, detailed-breakdown and automated billing.

Feature 2

P2P trading of electricity and real-time switching.

Feature 3

Optimization of small energy generations/procurements.

Feature 4

AI integrated system to match the energy needed with the best deal.

Why to choose eChain?

We can help you in a number of ways!
  • Lower Energy Bills

    Save up to %50 for households and up to %40 for SMEs on energy bills.

  • Grid Management

    Efficiently manage the complexity of duel generator-user roles in the grid and micr-grid.

  • User Friendly

    Switch to the best deal with two clicks, no lengthy and binding contract

  • Support Renewables

    Accurately control all size of generations, sales and costs.

  • Effective Management

    Manage the complexities in private wires, micro grids and micro generation.