Vattenfall experiments with blockchain technology

In cooperation with other European energy trading companies, Vattenfall plans to conduct peer-to-peer trade on the wholesale energy market using blockchain technology.

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Armed with new technology, Vattenfall's Business Area Markets and 22 other European energy trading firms want to make it possible for small energy producers to buy and sell their energy production.

One way of doing this is using data-fingerprint and blockchain technology.

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