Representing and speaking for clean energy finance and policies for India, engaging youths to bring their opinions to 25 country ministers from all over the world - promoting youth action on clean energy access.
Discussion on basics of agent based modelling and the case studies on housing sustainability and peer-to-peer electrification, as a part of lecture on Prospective Environmental Assessments for Environmental Engineering master students.
This lecture will dwell into the case study of a blockchain-based rural p2p electrification solution to explain policy frameworks, Agent based and AI models developed in the department of Computational science at ETH Zurich and Energy & Industry at TU Delft, which can help to develop scalable technologies for the sustainable development of societies.
Providing answers to UP Electricity Regulatory commission- Will DRE systems remain relevant even if the grid network becomes operational in the region? Can we expect a transition? From DRE for basic access to DRE for enhanced RE electricity capacity? Is it possible to streamline metering, billing and revenue collection by leveraging social interactions?
This talk uncovers how this technology can be channeled to enable greater energy provision and access in developing parts of the world. It also showcases examples of how blockchain enabled transactive energy can optimise energy markets globally. The vision of transactive energy is to enable free markets and real-time energy access but how can we ensure this benefits the consumer? This session develops a technology roadmap for these challenges.
I participated as one of the 100 selected hackers all over the world for first ever blockchain and climate change conference under UNFCCC. Some of my experiences as a role of hacker and observer delgate are here.