Case study: New York microgrid enables peer-to-peer energy trading via blockchain framework

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TransActive Grid, a joint venture between cleantech consultancy LO3 Energy and blockchain solution developer Consensys Systems, is a startup focused on applying the blockchain framework to energy trading. Blockchain is the framework behind Bitcoin, which creates a distributed database...

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