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3 min readMay 26, 2022


The value proposition announced in the EAAS whitepaper

The current situation in the energy industry is characterized by the lack of

a reliable medium and system to store, use or trade information on green energy causes

inefficiencies and market imbalance between the prosumer/user and the oligopoly.

This manifests itself, among other things, in the inability to exchange green energy

with the immediate neighbor bordering the points of production of green electricity

(RES), the supply of green energy to energy systems belonging to oligopolies and the

lack of real influence on certificates reducing the state tax on CO2 emissions.

Digging deeper into the problem

When we look closer at the problems that prevent the commercialization of manufactured energy efforts, we will note that the transmission of prosumer-generated energy to the physical power grids via traction or transmission networks and then receiving it, does not allow prosumers to commercialize their energy production efforts, and to commercialize their carbon footprint.

Who are the prosumers?

The term “prosumer” belongs to the marketing area, and it is a combination of the words “producer” and “consumer”. In recent years, the word has gained popularity due to the growing role of renewable energy. In this context, a prosumer is a person who generates electricity from renewable sources for his own needs, using micro-installations (i.a. solar panels on the roof). At the same time, a prosumer can store and transfer the surplus of energy to the power grid. Thanks to EAAS, prosumers can certify their energy and earn money.

The inability of the ordinary producer and consumer of green energy to trade their carbon footprint results in a loss

First, it is the prosumer who loses out by not being able to control the trading of resold energy on the secondary market in oligopolies. Secondly, prosumer loses because it does not have the opportunity to profit from trading certificates on the secondary market for resold energy in electric grids that reduce the carbon footprint. There is also a loss when it comes to the possible development of local green energy and the funds raised for this purpose from green energy trading as a result of prosumers’ conscious investments.

What can EAAS give to prosumers?

In a nutshell, EAAS gives them the possibility to sell the energy with a certificate of origin. Why is it important? Until now, providing energy consumers with the knowledge of where the energy originates was a rare thing, addressed to big players (producing at least 1 MWH) only — traceability information is limited at the energy supplier level. It is based on blockchain on a decentralized network, where everyone is equally important, and the system is reliable and transparent. EAAS offers transparency and traceability, allowing you to determine where exactly renewable energy comes from. EAAS also monitors the decentralized grid to provide a better forecast and adapt to the fluctuating demands of the grid through IoT devices powered by AI and Data analytics.

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