Session 4: Opportunities and impacts of digital technologies for energy communities



Energy communities can rely on digital technologies for their development and operation, particularly with the development of peer-to-peer exchange platforms or blockchains. This session presents several digital solutions and questions their interests and impacts for energy communities and beyond.

Chairman: Lou Morriet / Université Grenoble Alpes
Discussing speaker: Michael Fell / University College London
Emerging digital business models for renewable self-consumers: Enablers for citizen participation in the energy transition? “ Perspectives from Germany “, Christine DEDE, Monika HEYDER, PIA LABORGNE, Pauline RAUX-DEFOSSEZ, Andreas HUBER / European Institute for Energy Research
Peer-to-Peer Energy Platforms: Incentives for Prosuming, Jean-Christophe POUDOU, Thomas CORTADE / Université de Montpellier
Energy transition for the market or from within society? Hugo SCHÖNBECK / Energycoin Foundation,Tarek ALSKAIF, Wilfried VAN SARK /Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development, Hugo NIESING, Avi GANESAN /Resourcefully, Anne-Marie PRONK, Brian MULDER / Energycoin Foundation
Development of Blockchain solutions to optimize collective self-consumption based on photovoltaic production : feedback, Daniel MUGNIER / TECSOL SA

Published on October 1, 2020