Out of the 122 startups (and counting) that GTM Research is tracking in the energy-blockchain space, 22 are focused on peer-to-peer energy trading.

Sharing electrons directly with peers sounds cool, but why do it in the first place? Would it help the grid? Will it be a catalyst for more distributed energy? Or is it just a novel application?

In this episode of The Interchange, we're exploring the potential of peer-to-peer trading. We'll start with the Consensus segment, where we explore a specific blockchain tech or concept.

Later in the show, we'll talk with Colleen Metelitsa, a grid edge analyst with GTM Research, about investment trends and emerging applications in the energy-blockchain space.

Finally, we'll talk with three blockchain startups — Electron, Leap and Omega Grid — about their experiences building partnerships with incumbent energy companies. 

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Recommended reading:

  • GTM Research: Blockchain for Energy 2018: Companies and Applications for Distributed Ledger Technologies on the Grid
  • GTM: Energy Blockchain Startups Raised $324 Million in the Last Year. Where’s the Money Going?

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