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POWR

Power Ledger  

#POWR

POWR Price:
$0.20
Volume:
$2.1 M
All Time High:
$0.94
Market Cap:
$0.1 B


Circulating Supply:
512,925,412
Exchanges:
15
Total Supply:
1,000,000,000
Markets:
30
Max Supply:
1,000,000,000
Pairs:
36



  POWR PRICE


The price of #POWR today is $0.20 USD.

The lowest POWR price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.197, and the current live price for one POWR coin is $0.19679.

The all-time high POWR coin price was $0.94.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of POWR with market cap of SOL or other crypto coins.


  POWR OVERVIEW


The code for Power Ledger is #POWR.

Power Ledger is 4.9 years old.


  POWR MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Power Ledger is $100,937,181.

Power Ledger is ranked #208, by market cap (and other factors).


  POWR VOLUME


There is a big volume of trading today on #POWR.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Power Ledger is $2,078,802.


  POWR SUPPLY


The circulating supply of POWR is 512,925,412 coins, which is 51% of the maximum coin supply.


  POWR BLOCKCHAIN


POWR is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 1 other blockchain.

See list of the POWR Blockchain contracts with 2 different blockchains.


  POWR EXCHANGES


POWR is integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 15 crypto exchanges.

View #POWR trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #POWR purchase.


  POWR RESOURCES


Websitepowerledger.io
Whitepaperpowerledger.io/#papers
Twitterpowerledger_io
Redditr/powerledger
Telegrampowerledger
Mediumpower-ledger
Instagraminstagram.com/powerledger_io


  POWR DEVELOPER NEWS



A Local Energy Market Benefiting Power Grids and Energy Users: A P2P Trading-based Case Study

The increasing amount of renewable generation creates challenges for the energy providers. Variable renewable energy (VRE), as the name suggests, creates a varying or fluctuating electricity supply. A local energy market (LEM) helps to reduce the impact of fluctuating supply by strategically controlling the VREs and loads. Such a mechanism allows consumers and prosumers (customers who can generate solar PV energy, for instance), that are within a defined geography, to trade energy with one another in a peer-to-peer (P2P) fashion. LEMs have better financial outcomes for the consumers and prosumers. Therefore, it encourages better VRE technology diffusion while lowering the impact on the grid by reducing the imports and exports from the medium voltage grid. In this paper, we outline the results of a LEM case study using real customer data in Western Australia — to evaluate the performance of P2P trading in comparison with their business as usual (BAU). The battery energy storage system (BESS) is included in the LEM model to introduce greater flexibility and capture the implications on electricity costs and grid export and import. Compared to BAU, the results of Powerledger’s LEM platform shows that prosumers with BESS receive smaller electricity bills and a maximum reduction in power grid export 28 % and import 33 %. Click here for the full article. Authors: Dr. Liaqat Ali, M. Imran Azim, Dr. Vivek Bhandari, Anand Me...




A Local Energy Market Benefiting Power Grids and Energy Users: A P2P Trading-based Case Study

The increasing amount of renewable generation creates challenges for the energy providers. Variable renewable energy (VRE), as the name suggests, creates a varying or fluctuating electricity supply. A local energy market (LEM) helps to reduce the impact of fluctuating supply by strategically controlling the VREs and loads. Such a mechanism allows consumers and prosumers (customers who can generate solar PV energy, for instance), that are within a defined geography, to trade energy with one another in a peer-to-peer (P2P) fashion. LEMs have better financial outcomes for the consumers and prosumers. Therefore, it encourages better VRE technology diffusion while lowering the impact on the grid by reducing the imports and exports from the medium voltage grid. In this paper, we outline the results of a LEM case study using real customer data in Western Australia — to evaluate the performance of P2P trading in comparison with their business as usual (BAU). The battery energy storage system (BESS) is included in the LEM model to introduce greater flexibility and capture the implications on electricity costs and grid export and import. Compared to BAU, the results of Powerledger’s LEM platform shows that prosumers with BESS receive smaller electricity bills and a maximum reduction in power grid export 28 % and import 33 %. Click here for the full article. Authors: Dr. Liaqat Ali, M. Imran Azim, Dr. Vivek Bhandari, Anand Me...




Anya Nova hosted a live webinar for Blockchain Institute Ireland

Anya Nova, from Powerledger’s Blockchain Development and Staking Operations, hosted a live webinar for Blockchain Institute Ireland. In this recording of the event, Anya explains Proof of Stake Blockchain Mechanisms and its connection with Sustainability. Watch the full webinar below: medium.com Anya Nova hosted a live webinar for Blockchain Institute Ireland was originally published in Powerledger on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Rhode Island. A case in point for RECs.

Rhode Island is as good an example as any of the way the energy transformation is occurring. Rhode Island (RI), ahead of other US states, has just set its sights on fast tracking net zero by 2033. In 2017 it became the first state to build an offshore wind farm and has since multiplied its original wind capacity by twenty-three times. And while the state, which is the smallest in the US, consumes less energy per capita than any other, its share of electricity generated from natural gas is nearly 90%, the highest in the nation, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). This makes the case for environmental legislation compelling, especially in the era of high gas prices. Which is why perhaps, Rhode Island became the first state in the country to commit to 100% renewable energy by 2033, the most aggressive renewable energy standard among any U.S. state. The state has warmed about 1.7 degrees Celsius since the year 1900. Throughout the north-eastern United States, spring is arriving earlier and bringing more precipitation, heavy rainstorms are more frequent, and summers are hotter and drier. Sea level is rising, and severe storms increasingly cause floods that damage property and infrastructure. Being on the seafront means some meteorologists believe parts of Rhode Island will be underwater by 2035, according to sea-level data. In just over a dozen years, Barrington will contend with several key roads flood...




The impact of innovation on the green economy

Powerledger’s Advisor for Digital Energy and Strategy, Anand Menon, spoke at the Thailand bio-circular green economy innovation exchange, discussing the crucial role that innovative technologies will play in the transition to a green economy. Hosted by the Royal Thai Embassy, Canberra in association with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kingdom of Thailand, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Thailand Board of Investment, Australia. Watch video below: medium.com The impact of innovation on the green economy was originally published in Powerledger on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




POWR staking goes live!

A little while ago we decided to move from an Ethereum based blockchain to a more powerful blockchain design, one that could handle an industrial level of transactions that will be needed as we grow. To do this required moving from proof-of-authority, to proof-of-stake validation, and having external validators. We’re pleased to say we have launched the new Powerledger blockchain and staking of Powerledger’s POWR token is now available on the Powerledger Energy Blockchain. Several validators have already been onboarded with additional validators being vetted and onboarded as the rollout continues over the coming months. Due to the 5 million POWR token limit per validator, availability for delegating during the initial release will be limited as validator onboarding will be staged. Having a 5 million limit per node allows for better decentralisation. The staking of POWR is achieved by ‘locking up’ the ERC-20 POWR token in an Ethereum contract. This amount of POWR tokens is then issued onto the Powerledger Energy Blockchain to the delegated staker’s account. The link between the Ethereum chain account and the account on the Powerledger chain is stored in the Ethereum contract. The native Powerledger tokens are then staked using a program which is identical to that of Solana’s. The maximum amount of POWR that can be staked on each node is 5 million POWR tokens. Powerledger’s Co-Founder and Technical Director, John...




LEM — Do you want to do a project with us?

LEM — Do you want to do a project with us? The need for Local Energy Markets which balance renewable generation with local demand is growing. The large, monolithic applications like the Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) which have been used to manage our energy grid are now not entirely adequate on their own. To assist the grid transitioning from having consumers to prosumers, it has been augmented with the recent evolution of the Distributed Resource Management Systems (DERMS) inclusive of Virtual Power Plant (VPP), microgrid and Network Application solutions. However, they still are not able to cater to the increasing number of distributed energy resources (DERs) that are being onboard to the grid. DERMS applications are the latest in the trend and are available from a handful of vendors. ADMS and DERMS alone cannot help promote DERs or their integration into the grid. Market-based solutions, like Local Energy Markets (LEM), are the new and emerging technologies which can. Market-based solutions are needed in tandem with other network apps as part of the market-grid interaction to manage the growing impact of DERs. For simplicity, take an example of operating a wholesale market system. We need transmission management for performing power flow and contingency analysis, running SCADA operations and managing outages. We need generation management to control generators, limit tie-line flows and do energy ...




It’s time to democratise demand response

Demand Response (DR) is a method to cut or shift electrical demand. Traditionally, this has been done in a top-down centralised fashion, but there is a better, customer-centric, way to do this writes Imran Azim. In the US, over the last four years, the major electricity authorities have been running demand response (DR) programs. During peak demand periods in the evening, contracted participants in the DR scheme must, under the terms of their agreement, allow their asset or assets to be turned off by the central controller of the utility. This asset is typically an air conditioning unit and it is directly connected by some kind of internet connectivity and protocol to the centralised control system at the utility. Similarly, during peak Distributed Energy Resource (DER) output, the same control system will seek to turn on the air conditioning in all participating households. Electric Vehicle (EV) charging/discharging would also be under the same kind of regime, because their use is generally not time sensitive. The incentive for joining the scheme is typically a credit that appears on your monthly bill. The credit usually has a participation fee and actual demand reduction fee that amounts to $1-$2/kWh of energy saved when compared against a baseline. The credit is calculated based on how much a participant reduces his/her electricity use, compared to his/her normal or ‘baseline’ usage. This amounts to around a five per ...




Powerledger crowned Global Champion in World Summit Awards for peer-to-peer trading work in India

The World Summit Awards declares Powerledger as winner of the ‘Environment and Green Energy’ Category for 2022 Powerledger has been crowned Global Champion at the World Summit Awards (WSA) for our work in promoting distributed energy in Uttar Pradesh, India. Powerledger was awarded the top honour for the ‘Environment and Green Energy’ category, claiming victory over the four other finalists representing different countries in the same category. The competition was part of the WSA Global Congress 2022, an international virtual networking and learning event that focuses on the role of digital technology in achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Powerledger’s submission focused on the recent Uttar Pradesh project. In partnership with India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF), the project led to regulatory changes to allow peer-to-peer (P2P) trading in Uttar Pradesh. This has allowed greater opportunity for affordable energy to reach the unelectrified rural areas of the state. “Powerledger is thrilled to have represented the country and won in the regional World Summit Awards in February, and then go on to be crowned global champion for our work in making a real contribution to distributed and decentralised energy markets,” said Powerledger Executive Chairman and co-founder Dr Jemma Green. The WSA scheme recognises digital applications that have a strong positive impact on society. Out of 8,000 entries, Powe...




Powerledger launches one of the first ‘Energy Community’ projects in Spain

Almócita, Spain Powerledger is excited to announce the launch of an ‘Energy Community’ project in Almócita, one of the first “collective self-consumption” initiatives of its kind in Spain. The project is in partnership with electricity retailer, Feníe Energía, and with renewable energy company Albedo Solar.Cristina Mata Yandiola, Powerledger’s Location Head Europe, with Jesús Parrilla (Albedo Solar) and Francisco García (Almócita’s Mayor) Cristina Mata Yandiola, Powerledger’s Location Head Europe, with Jesús Parrilla (Albedo Solar) and Francisco García (Almócita’s Mayor) Households with their own rooftop solar will be able to generate greater income from their surplus energy, compared to the feed-in tariff they otherwise would receive. Residents without solar can purchase renewable energy from their neighbours and the municipality at a lower price than the grid. This is paving the way for local energy communities in the country to have greater access to reliable and affordable sustainable energy. The project –the first of several to be rolled out in towns across Spain — utilises Powerledger’s blockchain-enabled xGrid platform, which allows residents to securely trade locally generated renewable energy. The energy community will involve both public and residential buildings, with an initial installed capacity of 60kW, set to grow in the coming phases of the project. EV charging stations ...



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