One way to get a job with the company you think will help save the planet is to say you'll work for free. That's what Canadian Meagan Cojocar told David Martin two years ago over coffee. She was 21 years old.
The company was Power Ledger, co-founded by Martin. The tiny Australian startup was at the forefront of a trend in solar energy: using blockchain technology in solar energy trading. Power Ledger had pitched an app: If you have solar energy panels, you can download the app and enter a marketplace for selling excess energy directly to your neighbors. The kicker? You can set the price, instead of being ripped off by stingy power companies.
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