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Power Ledger joins Zero Carbon Certification Scheme: Critical to building strong renewable hydrogen and ammonia industries
Power Ledger’s blockchain energy trading software brings flexibility to electricity grids.
- Australian company Power Ledger announced as founding partner in the Zero Carbon Certification Scheme.
- Power Ledger’s blockchain energy trading software brings flexibility to electricity grids.
- The Smart Energy Council said Power Ledger will play a critical role as the grid changes from centralized to distributed.
Perth, Australia — May 13, 2021: World leading Australian company Power Ledger whose software allows consumers and producers to track, trace and trade every kilowatt of energy has become a founding partner in the Smart Energy Council and Hydrogen Australia Zero Carbon Certification Scheme.
Power Ledger has developed world-leading blockchain energy trading software that brings resilience and flexibility to electricity grids.
The technology is helping clients in 11 countries bring new ideas and forms of energy into a modernized grid while driving the democratization of power.
CEO and co-founder of Power Ledger Dr. Jemma Green said the initiative will support the growth of these new industries.
“Power Ledger is delighted to be invited to participate in this scheme. Our technology is already being used around the world to support the proliferation of renewable energy and we want to continue to be at the forefront of this innovation in our own backyard,” said Dr Green.
Smart Energy Council Chief Executive John Grimes said Power Ledger would play a critical role in the Zero Carbon Certification Scheme, which is a certificate of origin scheme for renewable hydrogen, renewable ammonia and renewable metals.
“Power Ledger is one of Australia’s most exciting and innovative companies and the Smart Energy Council is stoked to have them on board,” Mr. Grimes said.
“As the grid changes from a centralized to a distributed one, we need to help support ...
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