A blockchain solar energy trading trial that lets households set their own electricity prices has found the technology is technically feasible, viewed positively by participants and can lead to localised energy autonomy - and provide a big boost for peer-to-peer systems globally, according to Western Australian headquartered blockchain cryptocurrency and energy trading platform provider
NBN Co, the operators of the National Broadband Network, is claiming an earlier than planned activation of connections to the network for more than seven million homes and businesses across Australia.
The competition watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has granted new interim authorisation for an expanded range of measures allowing participants in the gas and electricity markets to work together to help safeguard energy supply during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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