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impact indeX
BLOCK BASED | DATA DRIVEN | KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATOR

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In order to standardize growth and investment across Disadvantaged Communities, we have developed an Impact Index that allows impact measurement to be a meaningful part of what investors and fund managers can regularly monitor and report for it's investors. 

 

Our blockchain passport identification number provides accurate bench mark data of every asset plug in the platform, proving a performance able to translate impact investing data into measurable monetized figures that can be added to financial statements.

 

One of the objectives is to integrate our Index platform with Digital Green Bonds, as well as the use of Howard W. Buffet’s IRR "Impact Rate of Return" as the key performance indicator; enabling investors and fund managers to consistently calculate and report how efficiently their investments deliver social and environmental impact. 

Innovation zone outcomes

FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS:

  • Encourage adoption of financial incentives to drive deployment of innovative energy technologies.

 

  • Support the development of mechanisms that can use scarce public dollars to spur private capital investment.

 

  • Support the development of mechanisms that make it easier for residents and businesses to pay for deployment of

 

  • Innovative energy technologies on their properties.

PREPARE WORKFORCE:

  • Partner with industry to identify skills gaps and workforce availability.

 

  • Provide state-level incentives for energy sector business opportunities and workforce development programs to support these growing  industries.

 

  • Work with educational institutions at all levels to ensure that training programs are available to meet skills gaps both now and in the future.

 

  • Identify underserved and high-unemployment groups and geographies to maximize benefits to communities in greatest need.

SUPPORT INNOVATION:

  • Empower and direct agencies to explore and accelerate the adoption of innovative energy technologies.

  • Appoint and convene working groups to gather stakeholder input on facilitating the adoption of innovative energy technologies.

  • Direct state agencies to enable innovative technologies through energy planning processes.

  • Promote the adoption of state procurement targets for innovative energy technologies.

  • Encourage regulated utilities to pursue innovative energy technologies and offer customers choices.

  • Request that agencies or utilities test and pilot emerging technologies.

  • Directly support research and development (R&D) through innovation programs to develop home-grown technologies and expertise.

  • Promote laws and regulations that drive technological innovation and deployment.

UPDATE NETWORK SETTINGS:

  • Meet the broadband needs of underserved communities.

 

  • Develop policies and programs to facilitate the state’s transition to a “smart state.”

 

  • Encourage state agencies or utilities to assess infrastructure efficiencies.

LEGALIZE IT!

  • Promote grid modernization initiatives.

  • Implement performance incentives that reward utilities for meeting policy goals.

  • Establish new rate design mechanisms and incentives for energy users.
    Foster competition between traditional utilities and third parties.

  • Include targeted R&D or pilot programs in cost recovery and ratemaking structures.

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CYBER THREATS:

  • Coordinate efforts and information sharing among stakeholders, with clearly defined roles.

  • Incorporate cybersecurity into existing planning, including energy assurance plans.

  • Promote practices among utilities that build on standards and guidelines to address unique threats and vulnerabilities.

  • Ensure that state agencies, including public utility commissions, have a thorough understanding of how utilities manage risks.

  • Continuously evaluate and upgrade skills, systems and planning in response to emerging threats.

  • Develop and use the cyber expertise of the state’s National Guard.
    Use expertise with the civilian workforce to assist with responses.