Trading solar power from shopping center rooftops
Australian retail investment company Vicinity Centres is using Power Ledger's platform to trial trading solar energy generated within its shopping centers.
The planned trial will focus on trading using energy blockchain technology as part of Vicinity’s AUD$75 million industry-leading solar program.
How the technology works
The blockchain technology will enable Vicinity to manage its energy use and distribution in near real-time, switching between solar and national grid energy.
We see our partnership with Power Ledger as a significant opportunity to unlock a future of more competitive energy prices for our retailers and customers while potentially sharing clean, renewable energy to the communities surrounding our centers.Executive General Manager, Shopping Center Management Justin Mills
Tenants planned to be onboarded
Vicinity invested in rooftop solar in South Australia and Western Australia
Committed by Vicinity towards their solar projects generally
Solar capacity to be installed at SA site
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