Blockchain-based Trading Platform for South Australian Consumers to Trade excess Solar Power

  • Nov 09, 2019 AEDT
  • Team Kalkine

Power Ledger- a blockchain firm inks a contract with Powerclub in Australia- a wholesale electricity supplier to provide a blockchain-based platform to enable trading in excess solar power in South Australia.

  • Powerclub is a relatively new wholesale electricity supplier in Australia, and the households in Australia could become a part of it and access the wholesale electricity prices by paying an annual fee.
  • Power Ledger ran several trails across the globe before inking a commercial deal in Australia with Powerclub.


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