Blockchain’s emerging digital distributed ledger technology offers a potential solution to Distributed Energy Resource (DERs) producers, according to the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). DERs want to sell electricity among neighbors but require Energy Management System (EMS) and Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) to manage electricity demand, supply, and delivery. Legacy technology does not mesh well with the scale, complexity, and security needed in these systems, but blockchain does. What role do you see blockchain playing as the grid becomes more digital and distributed?
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