Energy Internet

04/27/2016

An experimental energy microgrid in Brooklyn, New York, shows how energy-generating homes can become part of a peer-to-peer electricity system, Fast Coexist reports. The project, part of the Brooklyn Microgrid ‒ a distributed energy development group in the Park Slope and Gowanus communities of Brooklyn, creating a connected network for local energy ‒ also shows how distributed ledger technology could enable the emerging “energy Internet.”

Source: Blockchain Technology Could Enable Next-Generation, Peer-To-Peer Energy Microgrids