The BSES Rajdhani Power Limited ( BRPL), one of the power distribution companies here, will launch a block-chain based platform on trial basis for consumer- to-consumer (or peer- to-peer) solar power trading.
The method can be used by consumers with rooftop solar power infrastructure to further monetise their investment. Consumers with rooftop solar infrastructure can sell their excess solar energy to their neighbours even if they do not have rooftop solar, said the BSES spokesperson.
The BSES Rajdhani Power Limited ( BRPL) has partnered with Australia’s Power Ledger, a global player in the block-chain technology, to launch the consumer- to-consumer solar power trading on a trial basis, a BSES spokesperson said. Read More
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