Press Release: Power2Peer Concludes Successful Crowdfunding Campaign

Power2Peer StartEngine Campaign a success At midnight Friday in Los Angeles, Power2Peer’s equity crowdfunding campaign reached its conclusion. More than 150 people became investors in the Boston-based company, collectively raising over $86k toward the development of a blockchain-secured energy marketplace for the peer-to-peer exchange of clean energy kilowatts. Dr. Nish Sonwalkar, founder and CEO of […]

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Press Release: Power2Peer hosts successful event at WeWork South Station

A crowd gathered at the Atlantic Avenue WeWork on Tuesday night for a panel discussion moderated by Power2Peer CEO Nish Sonwalkar. The Power2Peer founder was joined by Makarand Joshi, Strategy Executive at Schneider Electric; Dennis Dicker, Founder and CEO of Optonome; and Chris Tyler, blockchain expert and consultant. The topic of discussion was the necessity […]

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Solar Without The Sun: The World’s Largest Battery-Backed Solar Grid

Battery storage brings Hawaii closer to complete decarbonization The world’s largest battery-backed solar plant has launched in Hawaii. The Lawai Solar and Energy Storage Project combines 28 megawatts of solar photovoltaic capacity with a lithium-ion battery capable of storing 100 megawatt-hours. AES Corporation’s battery—which in itself has the world’s second largest storage capacity—is expected to […]

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Power2Peer Gains Hundredth Investor Through StartEngine Campaign

Closing in on fundraising goal, Power2Peer investor total now in triple digits The power of crowds can be a beautiful thing. Power2Peer is excited to announce that through our StartEngine equity crowdfunding campaign, we now have over one hundred investors supporting the rise of clean energy. At the time of writing, 100 people have joined […]

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Infographic: Power Ranking of 2018’s Best States for Residential Solar

New Jersey, Massachusetts top list as best places to invest Throughout the United States, people are opting to invest in solar. Many are brought on board partially by the social impact of their investment. In fact, depending on the range of incentives offered by their state, the average residential solar panel owner can also expect […]

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