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First carbon neutral apartment building coming on blockchain

Smart Energy International

Australian blockchain pioneer Powerledger’s Montreal Commons project is set to be one of the world’s first carbon neutral apartment buildings. During times of peak demand they can then buy back electricity from the on-site battery at an agreed price. Sign up to our newsletter and stay informed.

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Smart Energy Finances Weekly: Asian stakes and the race to net zero

Smart Energy International

In this iteration of Smart Energy Finances Weekly, the Asian region shows interest in smart metering and electric vehicle (EV) expansion while flexibility and energy storage continue to prove key markets in the European domain. million smart meters currently deployed and operational. Trilliant’s APAC expansion.

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Technology Trending: substations, broadband, battery IDs and smart homes

Smart Energy International

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) reports commissioning no less than 11 new substations during the first half of the year – a 400/132kV substation and ten 132/11kV substations – along with 100km of 400kV overhead lines and 132kV underground cables connecting them to the network at a cost of over AED1.7 German energy company E.ON

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Crypto Sustainability Coalition launched

Smart Energy International

The new coalition, which brings together a range of thirty organisations from the crypto and blockchain ecosystems, is intended to investigate the potential for these technologies to bring positive benefits to the sustainability agenda. of the national electricity usage – similar to that of all home computers or all the residential lighting.

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The Blockchain Opportunity at the Heart of the Flexible Grid

GreenTechMedia

When blockchain arrived on the energy scene three years ago, much of the discussion went straight to disruption and disintermediation. Still, progress has been slow and driven almost entirely by startups that either have limited funding or the ability to willfully ignore the range of regulations surrounding electricity markets.

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As Renewables Surge, Australia Ponders Options for Demand Response Market

GreenTechMedia

Australian energy chiefs have welcomed the release today of two reports setting out options for the country’s future electricity market makeup. One of the big questions is around demand response, and who will oversee a market that has only started emerging in Australia. Centralized or decentralized control?

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Could Flex Services Draw New Players to Energy Sector?

GreenTechMedia

A tie-up between Vodafone and Energy Web is evidence that an emerging flexibility services opportunity is luring new players to the energy sector, insiders believe. The endgame is to give an even wider range of devices access to future flexibility services markets, said Energy Web chief executive officer Walter Kok. In the U.K.,