Energy saving you can save on

Redesign the Grid

Decentralized ecosystem for energy storage. Now every person or company can store electricity, and also transfer it within the network. The Powerchain ecosystem allows you to trade the energy to stabilize the grid and save money.


Powerchain Ecosystem

At a Glance

When power consumption is minimal
extra energy goes to energy storage...
...and when consumption grows,
this energy used to balance load
Powerchain stimulates energy storage installation for using it to stabilize the power system. The energy storage used as electricity buffers shaves peaks and power grid fluctuations, and stabilize the frequency. Capacities of energy storage node are rented by project participants within created ecosystem.
Powerchain creates transparent and legitimate mechanisms of converting received reward from other ecosystem participants into fiat money. It creates the opportunity to conduct cross-border operations and eliminate geographical barriers for participants.
How does it work?

How does it work?

A smart controller transmits a signal containing the new energy storage data to the Powerchain network (ecosystem). The Powerchain ecosystem displays the accumulator capacity and how long it is ready to store electricity. After the energy storage is connected to the network, the owner becomes a participant in the energy market, and the energy storage becomes a virtual power station.

Ecosystem roles

Provides a rental capacity for the electricity accumulation and storage. Provides buffering, storage and supply of electricity.
Electricity manufacturers of any capacity, from small solar power plants on the private house roofs, to large-scale generators.
Buys and sells electricity on the ecosystem, helps passive nodes interact with each other. Supplements the ecosystem functions and conducts cross-border transactions.
Attracts new participants, helping them to connect equipment and activate nodes on the cosystem. Represents the user’s interests.
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Powerchain Works

Six Problems

Before the Powerchain, electricity was mostly produced at large facilities, and is further distributed to a wide variety of consumers: from large industries to small households. In fact, there are also grid operators between the producer and the consumer. Hence we all face the main problems shortening the final consumer’s budget.

A fixed tariff comprising:

  • Producer’s profit;
  • Various intermediaries’ profit;
  • Grid management costs (i.e. O&M);
  • Amortization costs for large corporations.

No consumer vote rights

The consumer can not influence the electricity grid scheme, and is forced to rely entirely on corporations owning production capacities and infrastructure.

Local grid monopolization

The consumer cannot choose manufacturers and suppliers, so must have only the stated ones.

External dangers common
to any centralized network

(The center falls - consumers suffer)


Long distance shipments bring huge losses of electricity.

Peak and uneven generation
from alternative sources

(No sunlight, no wind = no electricity)

One Solution

Cost effective and more usefully

Grid Stabilization

There is no need to generate excess electricity and utilize it. Now it can be accumulated and used later.

No losses

The Powerchain smart ecosystem gives the most optimal variant of supplying the needful amount of electricity to the consumer.

Awesome Features


The ecosystem is reliably protected from exploitation. The analytical layer, a kind of immunity, identifies deviations in the ecosystem typical actions or participants interactions.


The Powerchain project unites all innovative developments in the field of energy and energy storage systems.

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White Paper

Everything you want to know about POWERCHAIN in one PDF.
From idea to complete implementation.
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Dream Team

Alexey Zotov
Founder and CEO
Vladimir Bobrov
Co-founder and CFO
Kirill Mogilevsky
Co-founder and CTO
Nurbey Gulia
D.Sc. Developer, inventor
Alexander Lavrentiev
Boris Romanov
Technical Consultant






R&D (Research & Development)



First Usage Cases

Patenting and Samples Production


2018 Q1

Team Building and Project Design


2018 Q3

White Paper

Seed Funding


2018 Q4

Ecosystem Development, Legal, Negotiation with Grid Companies

Deploy Nodes and Energy Storages

Invite-Only Beta


2019 Q1

MVP Release

Smart Contract Deploy and Testing

Ecosystem TestNet Deploy

2019 Q2

Network Growth


2019 Q3

2019 Q4

Ecosystem Testing, Auditing, and Compliance Certification of Protocol

Ecosystem Deploy, Pre-Release

2020 Q1

Powerchain Ecosystem Release

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