Enosi is disrupting the big power companies, enabling the localisation and decentralisation of power generation.
Households will be able to choose who they buy and sell energy with - at prices they agree
JOUL tokens will give nimble, innovative electricity retailers open-source access to the platform and shared value networks.
Play the video to see and hear Enosi CEO, Steve Hoy; Block8 CEO, Tim Bass; and energy expert, Paul Fox outline Enosi’s point of difference:
Underpinning today’s $1.6 Trillion global electricity market is a legacy of regulated business models and centralized electro-technical design. We know this as GRID 1.0 - powered by large centralized fossil fuel power plants, and typically laid out in a radial fashion with expensive redundant circuits. Energy is supplied by big incumbent utilities to consumers who have little say over the price of power or where it is sourced.
The emergence of low cost solar as the lowest cost form of new generation should be a game changer, reducing costs and putting choice into the hands of consumers and communities. But the big players aren’t about to disrupt themselves.
Enosi will deploy a completely open-source platform without needing microgrids or incumbent grid partners.
Neo-retailers can compete with large utilities through shared wholesale access and lower working capital needs.
Open-source platform encourages development of solutions tailored for each specific market need.
Global accessibility will foster innovation and competition.
To facilitate access to the Enosi Platform and its functions, such as electricity trading, a new ERC20 token will be created, called the JOUL
The JOUL will be required to access the Enosi platform functions and the value network within an electricity DAO.
JOULs will be staked by small retailers in relation to their community membership (businesses and/or households).
With help from our team, contributors and investors, these are
the milestones we are looking forward to achieving.
The Enosi team is Asia-Pacific based in Sydney, Australia. Diverse and highly credentialed, the team is committed to transforming the way we think about, produce, use and pay for electricity. With depth and breadth in technology led power industry transformation, renewable energy, academic and industry research, the team also includes leaders in blockchain development, global finance & investing expertise.
years of collective energy research and development expertise at Enosi
years of combined technology industry experience and knowledge across the team
active professional energy, blockchain and crypto contacts across the Enosi team