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Mitsubishi and Japanese university offer peer-to-peer trading alternative to FIT payments

Blockchain systems are being tested as a means of offering solar households revenue for excess power they generate, now the FIT program has ceased.

The weekend read: Past the Arctic Circle, one degree at a time

Solar has a small but increasingly important role to play in the Nordic energy transition. And while there is still a gap in PV cost-competitiveness across some markets, interest in solar facades, BIPV solutions and C&I applications is growing.

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Japanese utility KEPCO tests blockchain technology to determine value of surplus solar power

The power supplier is cooperating with the University of Tokyo, Mitsubishi UFJ Bank and Unisys, testing how solar power can be traded between solar prosumers and electricity consumers, while conducting transactions using a blockchain platform.

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