- Power Ledger has tightened its partnership with Thai energy company BPCG to expand its REC marketplace to Thailand and the ASEAN region
- Power Ledger and BPCG first collaborated in August 2018 to bring a renewable energy trading trial to the T77 urban precinct in Bangkok
- RECs are tradable, non-tangible energy commodities that certify that 1 megawatt-hour (MWh) of electricity was generated from an eligible renewable energy resource
- Other organizations are also involved discussions, seeking to be a part of the effort
- BPCG’s RECs can be issued and traded, with the Power Ledger blockchain storing the information
- Executive Chairman and co-founder of Power Ledger Dr Jemma Green compared the REC process to buying a concert ticket and added that “organisations want to ensure any REC purchased hasn’t already been used, as well as settling that transaction quickly”
- The team is also looking into bringing the technology to the United States
Power Ledger Pioneers Renewable Energy Certificate Marketplace
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