With “smart contracts”, blockchain has the potential to play a major role in helping to integrate renewables by automating processes, increasing power system flexibility and reducing transaction costs. It can simultaneously accelerate the adoption of storage and electric vehicles (EVs), leading to improved grid management and system operation.
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