Centrica joins Verv peer-to-peer energy blockchain trial

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The Verv team after they completed the first blockchain trade in Hackney in April 2018 | Credit: Verv
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The Verv team after they completed the first blockchain trade in Hackney in April 2018 | Credit: Verv

Energy giant backs trial designed to make it easier for residents to sell the solar power they generate

Smart grid specialist Verv has announced that energy giant Centrica has joined its latest community energy trial, which aims to test how blockchain-enabled peer-to-peer trading could help cut emissions...

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