RenewableHub by FundGreen - Empowering Clean Energy Together

Project Name: RenewableHub

Project Track: Web3

Team Name: FundGreen

Team Member(s): Nicola Gernone

HackerEarth Project Link: To be added once the project is submitted

Project Goal:

The goal of RenewableHub is to create a decentralized platform for crowdfunding renewable energy projects using blockchain technology. The platform aims to connect investors with sustainable energy initiatives, allowing individuals to contribute to the transition towards cleaner and more sustainable energy sources.

Project Info:

RenewableHub is a web-based platform built on the principles of decentralization, transparency, and sustainability. It leverages blockchain technology, particularly Tron, to tokenize renewable energy projects and enable secure and transparent crowdfunding. The platform provides a user-friendly interface for browsing, investing in, and tracking the progress of renewable energy projects.

Project Website: To be added once the website is live

Project Test Instructions: To be added

Project Details:

RenewableHub allows users to discover a variety of renewable energy projects, including solar farms, wind turbines, hydroelectric plants, and more. Users can browse project details, view financial information, and make investments using TRX or other TRC-20 tokens. The platform also implements decentralized governance, allowing token holders to participate in decision-making processes related to project selection and management.

Smart Contract Links: To be added once smart contracts are deployed

Project Milestones:

  1. Project Planning and Research: Define project scope, research blockchain integration options, and plan platform features.

  2. Development Setup: Set up development environment with Django, Poetry, Docker, and TronWeb integration.

  3. Backend Development: Implement backend functionality for user authentication, project management, and blockchain integration.

  4. Frontend Development: Design and develop user interface for browsing projects, making investments, and accessing account information.

  5. Smart Contract Development: Develop smart contracts for tokenizing renewable energy projects and implementing decentralized governance.

  6. Integration and Testing: Integrate frontend, backend, and smart contracts, and conduct thorough testing to ensure functionality and security.

  7. Deployment: Deploy the platform to a testnet environment for user testing and feedback.

  8. Refinement and Optimization: Address user feedback, optimize performance, and refine platform features for the best user experience.

  9. Production Deployment: Deploy the final version of RenewableHub to the mainnet for public use.

  10. Marketing and Promotion: Develop marketing strategies to promote RenewableHub and attract users and investors to the platform.


Welcome to hackaTRONs6 ! Renewablehub looks like kickstarter for clean energy projects on TRON. Good luck for completion of your submission !


Welcome to HackaTRON Season 6, RenewableHub, All the best.


I love all about renewal energy. Do you guy plan only to support that kind of projects as far as I understand.

How will you create the incentives so that the investors to be intrested in providing the capital?

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Welcome to the session.
You project sounds familiar.
Please check this out.

green world with tron

Tron power trading of renewable energy on tron

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Welcome to Season 6 Hackathon, glad to see your entry in the Web3 track. Your project RenewableHub by FundGreen appears to be a promising idea, with the stated purpose of developing a decentralized platform for crowdsourcing renewable energy projects.

Besides crowdfunding, what other utilities do the platform’s tokens offer?

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Welcome to the Hackathon Season 6, I read your post, how do you plan to always engage with your community

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In the context of the RenewableHub project, the tokens offered by the platform can have several utilities beyond crowdfunding:

  1. Governance: Token holders may have voting rights to participate in governance decisions related to the management and direction of the RenewableHub platform. This could include decisions on project selection, platform upgrades, and community initiatives.

  2. Rewards and Incentives: Tokens can be used to reward users for their contributions to the platform, such as referring new investors, providing feedback on projects, or actively engaging in community discussions. These rewards can help incentivize user participation and foster a vibrant ecosystem.

  3. Access to Premium Features: Certain features or services on the RenewableHub platform may be accessible only to token holders. This could include early access to new projects, exclusive investment opportunities, or premium data insights and analytics.

  4. Discounts and Fee Reductions: Token holders may receive discounts or fee reductions on platform fees, transaction costs, or other expenses associated with investing in renewable energy projects through RenewableHub. This provides tangible benefits for token holders and encourages continued participation in the platform.

  5. Staking and Yield Farming: Token holders may have the option to stake their tokens or participate in yield farming programs to earn additional rewards or yield on their investment. This can provide opportunities for passive income generation while supporting the growth and liquidity of the token ecosystem.

By offering a range of utilities, RenewableHub tokens become more than just a means of crowdfunding renewable energy projects—they become a key component of the platform’s ecosystem, incentivizing participation, rewarding contributions, and empowering token holders to shape the future of sustainable energy financing.

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To create incentives that attract investors and encourage them to provide capital for renewable energy projects through RenewableHub, we have considered implementing the following strategies:

  1. Financial Returns: Offer investors the opportunity to earn financial returns on their investments. Renewable energy projects typically generate revenue through energy sales or government incentives, which can provide a steady stream of income for investors. Clearly communicate the potential returns and projected financial performance of each project to attract investors seeking profitable opportunities.

  2. Token Rewards: Provide token rewards or incentives to investors based on their participation and contributions to the platform. For example, offer bonus tokens for early investors, referral rewards for bringing in new investors, or loyalty rewards for long-term investors. These token incentives can help attract and retain investors while building a strong and engaged community around RenewableHub.

  3. Transparency and Accountability: Ensure transparency and accountability in project selection, funding allocation, and performance monitoring. Investors are more likely to participate in projects where they can trust that their capital will be used effectively and that project outcomes will be accurately reported. Implement robust due diligence processes, publish detailed project information, and provide regular updates on project progress and financial performance to build investor confidence.

  4. Diversification and Risk Mitigation: Offer a diverse range of investment opportunities across different types of renewable energy projects (e.g., solar, wind, hydro) and geographic regions. Diversification helps spread risk and allows investors to allocate their capital across multiple projects to minimize exposure to any single investment. Provide tools and resources to help investors assess and manage investment risk effectively.

  5. Impact Investing: Highlight the environmental and social impact of investing in renewable energy projects. Many investors are increasingly interested in impact investing—investing in projects that generate positive social or environmental outcomes in addition to financial returns. Emphasize the environmental benefits of renewable energy projects, such as reducing carbon emissions, mitigating climate change, and promoting sustainable development, to attract investors who prioritize sustainability and social responsibility.

  6. Community Engagement: Foster a strong sense of community and engagement among investors by providing opportunities for networking, collaboration, and knowledge sharing. Host events, webinars, and forums where investors can connect with project developers, industry experts, and fellow investors to exchange ideas, share experiences, and learn from each other. Building a supportive and interactive community can enhance investor satisfaction and loyalty, ultimately driving greater participation and capital inflows into RenewableHub projects.

This will be a further implementetion that came across business growing around a specific client engagement focused on the future of renewable energy.

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hello! thank you! i’ve checked out the two projects and could apparently seems similar but the foundation and the global idea differred in the way i imagine how the customers can fund and have a check about the projects about renewal energy.
i’m open to all people that want to contribute and have affinity to green and renewable energy including companies and small parters.

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To be honest and very fair, you leave no details excluded when you go about explaining and getting your point across, this is testament to the fact that you take your craft really serious, I’m really impressed.
And these are great insights into the utility of RenewableHub tokens, what is the proposed process for distributing RenewableHub tokens?
Will there be funds for community grants, development incentives, or ecosystem growth?

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Welcome to session 6 Hackathon. I like your RenewableHub’s mission that centers on creating a decentralized platform for crowdfunding renewable energy projects. And from my understanding, by leveraging blockchain technology, this platform can serve an innovative purpose of connecting investors with sustainable energy initiatives. Then I will want you to elaborate on how RenewableHub plans to ensure transparency and accountability in the crowdfunding process. And what measures you have in place to verify the legitimacy and impact of the renewable energy projects listed on the platform?

Hey team FundGreen I think I don’t quiet understand what you know by this quoted section of your post. Does it mean you are yet to finalize with your hackathon submission or what. Please clarify

For milestones, did you arrange any time schedule (like months, weeks etc.) or you go with flow?

Hey @Nico, great concept!

We’ve seen similar projects in the past (as you’ve seen already,) so my question is - how do you plan on successfully gaining traction with investors and green projects where other projects have failed?

Do you have any partners, platforms, organizations, or groups you plan on working with to onboard initial users to your platform already?