About us

We are an international institution that unites technologies such as blockchain based projects to accelerate the transition to a renewable energy economy.

We are a supporting pillar in a collaborative advocacy across the renewable energy sector.

Then as now, our incentive remains unchanged:

The conviction that a 100% energy supply from renewable energies is possible.

However, the climate can only really be saved if everyone pulls together and sustainably reduces their greenhouse gas emissions. We are also working hard on this!

Global investments in the expansion of renewable energies

  • 71.8% Renewable energy – 282 trillion USD
  • 11.9% Gas power – 47 trillion USD
  • 9.3% Coal power – 37 trillion USD
  • 3.8% Nuclear power – 15 trillion USD
  • 3.8% Hydro power – 15 trillion USD

As of 2020; Source: BloombergNEF

Perspective for renewables

A power supply exclusively from renewable energies – just a beautiful utopia? What is unfortunately still an enormous task for the future for some large industrialized nations is already a reality in other countries: Iceland and Paraguay already generate their electricity exclusively from renewable energies, and Norway and Costa Rica are on the verge of doing so.

The growing hunger for energy

But there is no light without shadow. Renewable power generation has grown impressively over the past five years. But too little is happening in heating, cooling and transport. Renewables accounted for just 10 percent of heating and cooling generation in 2019, and only 3.3 percent of transportation.

At the same time, the world’s hunger for energy is growing. Between 2013 and 2018, total global energy demand grew by 1.4 percent annually. Despite significant progress in renewable electricity generation, the share of renewables in total final energy demand has therefore barely increased.