Japan uses block-chain technology for energy management


nnTokyo Energy’s Eneres, with the support of the Fukushima prefectural authorities, tests the application of distributed registry technology in renewable energy, especially in the block chain, according to the Nikkei Asian Review. The ability to build “smart microgrid”. It is reported that 1000 families from Fukushima, Nakamatsu and other county-level areas will participate in the block chain test, and the test results will be submitted in January next year.n
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1000 families from Fukushima, Nishimatsu and other county-level regions in Japan will participate in energy testing based on block chains.n
According to the Nikkei Asian Review, Tokyo Energy’s Eneres, with the support of the Fukushima prefectural authorities, is testing the application of distributed registry technology in renewable energy, especially in the block chain, Intelligent micro-network “ability.n
The purpose of this trial is to study the possibility of establishing a shared energy economy. According to the developer plan, residential homes with solar panels and other renewable energy resources are able to share excess electricity with other network members by using block-chain technology, while paying a certain amount of return.n
The trial will involve 1,000 families from Fukushima, Nakamatsu and other county-level districts. The new solution test results will be submitted in January next year.n
In addition, Aizu Labs software developers will also be involved in the trial. The start-up will also provide a solution that allows people to record transactions in the power grid.n

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