Is blockchain the answer to some of the challenges
energy providers face with traditional databases?
and load management
Lower external transactions
costs with banks, clearing
houses, and legal entities.
Accelerate settlement process
with meter-based collections
and decentralized billing.
Facilitate self-managing devices
Manage peer-to-peer energy
marketplace using grid as a
service model; facilitate micro-
Develop new value-add offerings
Reduce manual switching costs to
distributed energy resources.
Facilitate cross border
transactions between international
Ultra resilient system monitoring
for grid and infrastructure;
expedite outage resolution time.
Divert grid congestion to
alternative infrastructure to
balance loads automatically.
Share data between parties
securely across organizations and
Open yet secure
transactions; reduce risk from
fraud, identity theft and service
Enterprise-wide view of all
inefficiencies from siloed
Manage collections/debt with
Yes it could, and in a secure and disruptive way.