To transform the current power grid to an easily reconfigurable and resilient Internet-like smart grid, a decentralized, private and secure financial infrastructure should be adopted. Smart meters that can negotiate prices and trade in a decentralized environment, common electricity and emissions trading exchanges, and trading currencies offer solutions.
Incorporating a Secure Decentralized Financial Infrastructure; into the Smart Grid
Posted: 13 Feb 2013
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