Power Ledger is rolling out its blockchain-powered solar energy trading system in Western Australia in over 100 apartments, in partnership with local developers.
The largest state in India announced that they will be starting a blockchain-based solar energy trading platform that will allow for peer-to-peer trading.
Plouton plans to build massive solar farms in the Mojave Desert with the end goal of more crypto mining.
South Africa is getting blockchain based solar panels, and OVEX has more money to operate it’s exchange.
The pilot seeks to examine how blockchain technology can be used to boost the role of solar in peer-to-peer energy trading and smart grids.
The Africa blockchain ecosystem continues to grow in the last days, with some areas finding new ways to apply blockchain technologies, while others are looking for ways to regulate the ecosystem.
Japanese solar energy provider Kumamoto Electric Power Company will start using excess solar energy to mine cryptocurrencies in August.