Blockchain for Energy: ELECTRIFY.Asia

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Worldwide, energy markets are subject to economic friction arising from centralised models; power prices are often either artificially inflated in markets with high barriers to entry or capped low to force out the competition. Blockchain technology could change that by strengthening the market role of consumers and producers by enabling them to buy and sell energy directly.

ELECTRIFY.Asia’s mission is to enable individual consumers and producers to buy and sell energy freely through the development of a new, decentralized, open energy transaction and supply system. Join the founders of ELECTRIFY in an intimate, live AMA to learn more about how you can play your role in the Future of Energy.


6:30pm Registration
7:15pm Introduction to Electrify.Asia: Be The Power
7:35pm Refreshments
7:50pm Live AMA with Julius Tan and Martin Lim
8:30pm Networking

Ask your questions (and vote for those that you want Julius and Martin to answer) at with event passcode: EAMA3001


- Julius Tan, CEO, Electrify Asia

Julius started his career as a Solar Research Engineer at the National University of Singapore, before moving on as an electricity trader and, Head of Energy at the largest clean energy solution provider in Singapore. Through Electrify, Julius and his team aim to offer a seamless experience for energy consumers in Asia through the use of blockchain and AI, unlocking value for both consumers and retailers. Julius completed his BA and MA in Engineering from the University of Cambridge.

- Martin Lim, COO, Electrify Asia

With over 20 years of experience in the mass communications industry, having served as both a creative and strategic lead for a diverse range of clients ranging from SMEs to MNCs, Martin spearheads strategy for ELECTRIFY and develops new opportunities with various stakeholders from retailers to customers, offering them a fluid integration into the ELECTRIFY ecosystem. Beyond this, Martin’s passion for energy and water led him to co-found a company that develops water treatment systems for disaster relief.