Buildings are the largest single contributor to climate change because of the energy they consume, emitting about 33% of the world’s climate change greenhouse gasses.
Luckily, every building can reduce the amount of energy it uses through smart management, data mining, and by installing advanced energy technologies. These upgrades can even make the building more valuable because they make the building more profitable.
The Bluenote protocol will allow decentralized trusted economics to unlock the value created by an open, transparent community.
Blue City Solutions ("Blue"), the global coalition that helps improve people's lives by testing, sharing, and implementing the best smart city solutions, officially launches at COP21 in Paris.
Blue hosts an open innovation debate for stakeholders from the international energy world at the Blue Horizon event in Amsterdam, where commercial real estate is discussed as the largest singular source of carbon emissions in cities.
Blue initiates a project to develop a protocol that enables the global real estate market to track energy efficiency live: the Bluenote project.
The Bluenote project team is formed with the goal to develop a protocol that powers an independent, decentralized economy that helps to optimize energy efficiency for commercial real estate around the world.
Everyone who passes the KYC process can participate in the Bluenote token investment pool and in the economics of Bluenote token performance. Bluenote tokens are based on the Ethereum blockchain ERC 20 Token Standard.
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Bluenote will launch the world’s first open-data, real-time building performance protocol to benchmark and verify each building's energy, emissions and financial data.
Bluenote will buy buildings and upgrade them with advanced energy technologies. Proving that these buildings can reduce emissions and become more valuable will incentivize additional building owners and investors to use the protocol for energy and financial analysis and verification.