Blockchain in Transactive Energy
Blockchain, as applied to Transactive Energy (TE), is an important technology that has the potential to change today’s utility business models towards the utility of the future. There will be impacts to energy automation, distributed solar photovoltaic, distributed energy storage systems (DESS), smart metering, distributed energy resources (DER), etc.
This webinar will give you an opportunity to learn about current work and pilot projects being conducted by NREL, Duke Energy, and the IEEE task force on transactive energy.
Original air date: April 22, 2021
Webinar time: 11:00am – Noon MT
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Cost: Free of charge but everyone must register using this link
Co-Hosts: Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory (An energy research partnership since 2007 between University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, and National Renewable Energy Lab)
Webinar host and for more info: Maury.Dobbie@ColoradoCollaboratory.org Executive Director, Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory 970-682-5707 (cell/text)