Australia Blockchain Energy Startup Power Ledger Lambasted For Paying ‘Spruikers’

The company is receiving flak for misleading promotions made through its Community Advocate program. The Australian Financial Review reported on Thursday, December 27, that blockchain-based electricity-trading company Power Ledger has been criticized for rewarding “spruikers” (Australian slang for individuals who exaggerate to sell products). These individuals have reportedly “made misleading or exaggerated claims” online about…

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Blockchain Startup Power Ledger Brings Electricity Sharing to Silicon Valley

Australian based peer to peer energy trading platform Power Ledger will collaborate with Silicon Valley Power to track the renewable energy use of electric vehicles. First Carbon Credit Project Perth startup Power Ledger has been pioneering blockchain based peer to peer renewable energy projects in countries around the world. Now the company has announced its first carbon credit…

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Power Ledger Deploys Blockchain Energy Trading Platform In Chicago

Australian energy startup Power Ledger has announced its first commercial deployment in the US. Power Ledger provides a series of blockchain energy applications, such as its P2P energy trading application that allows businesses, such as utilities, to host trading on the platform. The company enables the sale of surplus renewable energy generated at residential and…

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Power Ledger Partners with Japanese Electric Company

Power Ledger partners with one of Japan’s largest electric utility companies to democratize the production of excess power from consumers. Power Ledger, an Australian blockchain startup that lets customers trade electricity freely, entered a partnership with Japan’s second-largest electric company. The Kansai Electric Power Company (KEPCO) has 164 power plants and employs over 30,000 employees….

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