A recent survey by EPRI's Utility Blockchain Interest Group (UBIG) and Indigo Advisory Group details the intriguing perspectives of utilities and regional transmission operators (RTOs) on promising and nascent applications in the utility industry; protocols t; and the potential barriers, advantages and benefits of blockchain across the utility value chain.
Indigo authored a report for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) that features results and insights from a survey we conducted of 15 utilities and one regional transmission operator (RTO) across the US and Europe.
In this infographic, we explore how AI has the potential to deliver the active management that will be required for the grid of the future. Powerful intelligence will be able to balance grids, manage demand, negotiate actions, enable self-healing and facilitate a host of new products and services.
In order to assess the progress that blockchain has made in the energy and utilities industry to-date and to forecast activity for 2018 we compared number of startups, industry engagement and volume of consortia across various industries.
In this piece, we highlight global trends and vendor activity in the blockchain in energy and utilities space. We also highlight several key use case categories and developments.
Indigo has created a dedicated resource center for the application of blockchain technology in the energy and utilities industry. In this center you will find global energy blockchain activity, emerging use cases and startups that are deploying the technology.
In our Global Utility Blockchain Pilot graphic we highlight six power companies that are all investing in the technology and trialing new use cases.
In our latest #indigoinsights infographic we explore the embryonic energy blockchain market, inclduing vendors, technology and emerging applications across generation, transmission, distribution and customer markets.