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Carbon Trading in Australia-blockchain

Blockchain is in the symbol heading this blog site. Blockchain software is used behind crypto currencies , providing unbreakable accounting information and contract information on all participants. Blockchain logic is currently unbreakable.

Blockchain can be used in many areas for many reasons, and in the energy demand and supply within it can be of extreme function and use.

Embedded solar PV and energy storage in say NSW, from all homes, businesses, companies and alike, can participate in a program using blockchain on a grand scale.Supply from participants would be precisely known once permissions were received. Costs, savings, each supplier, how much, and much more all being known precisely. 

Image demand for electricity day/night being managed this way to a point, that a coal fired power station could be eliminated completely.

Carbon trading credits in a Carbon Trading System would be precisely known and allocated !


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