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INNOVATIVE PROJECTS IN ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT
Market intelligence and data on blockchain companies and projects in the Energy & Environment Sector
CarbonX is a carbon credits trading platform built on the Ethereum blockchain by application developer ConsenSys. The privately held, family-based company is located in Toronto, Ontario led by CEO and co-founder William (Bill) Tapscott.
CarbonX will obtain carbon offsets by purchasing them or investing in carbon reduction projects. The offsets will be verified through the company’s Zerofootprint (ZFP) program to produce a ZFP token which can be traded on the CarbonX platform.
ZFP tokens can also be offered by companies to reward consumers for being carbon neutral by providing the tokens through the GOODcoins reward program.
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CarbonX Personal Carbon Trading Inc.
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Project Description and Key Details
Project details projects including the status and phase, primary country of deployment, blockchain platform utilizied. Details around the blockchain technology include the blockchain platform platform used as well as the privacy of the network whether it be a public network or a private permissioned network. Also project details include key project dates which are the project announcement date, anticipated launch date, and project end date if applicable.
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Description of the project deployment along a set of key questions focusing on describing the type of project and clarifying elements around the scope, targeted value propositions, and unique attributes of a specific deployment.
Project Partners and Participation
An overview of project partners, key end users, and strategic advisors playing various roles in the the development, deployment, and the operation of a project.
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Project Segmentation and Industry Positioning
Project Segmentation 1 | Blockchain Use Case Categories
Blockchain projects typically fall within certain Use Case categories. Use-Case categories are used to sort and classify projects by business model type and value proposition.
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Project Segmentation 2 | Energy Industry-Specific Positioning
Industry-specific project segmentation occurs on the basis of three distinct categories. Energy and Environment Position, Energy Value Chain, Transactive Energy, and Technology Adjacency:
Energy and Environment Position: Industry positioning specific to the energy and environment sector which may include designations such as power, natural gas, oil, water, waste, etc.
Energy Value Chain: Projects are positioned along the multiple steps of the energy value chain spanning from production to consumption
Technology Adjacency: Project exposure to technologies used in the energy and environment sector which may include specific types of generation, transmission infrastructure, or other grid-edge facilities like electric vehicle charging stations
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Project Segmentation 3 | Other Segmentations
Other project segmentations define additional project characteristics such as the inclusion of transactive energy functions oand targeted consumer / user segments.
Transactive Energy: Projects may or may not include transactive energy applications including demand response management, peer-to-peer transactions, or ancillary services
Targeted Users / Consumers: Answers what types of users / consumers this project is relevant to, whether on the scale of serving individual consumers in on a residential-basis or on a large scale of serving commercial and industrial customer or even governments
Blockchain Token Utilization
Token ecosystems and utilization may or may not play a key role in the deployment of blockchain projects. Projects utilizing tokens typically fall within standard utilization categories characterized as security token and utility token functions.
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Network Utilization and Operating Metrics
Some ways to measure performance and adoption of blockchain project deployments includes the users on the network, transaction volume on the network, and transaction value running through the platform.
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