DAJIE aims at producing a standardized solution to address energy and value exchange between peers in a “Community Micro-Grid” by acting as a middleware between said consumers (prosumer) and the utilities, without invading consumer privacy while preserving reliability of the grid operators and enabling direct peer-to-peer communication and exchange of data. Thus producing a win-win-win situation for all the partners involved, the prosumer, the grid operator and the opposite peer.
PROSUME application so far encompasses six successful use cases (TRL 7-8, a ~2000-people strong community) of DLT as means for decentralizing processes related to global sustainability challenges, contributing to five Sustainable Development Goals in total.
A large scale adoption of PROSUME digital infrastructure can play a key role in accelerating the EU target of at least 27% renewable energy sources share in final energy consumption by 2030.
PROSUME is a ready-made digital infrastructure for the European Green Deal in the energy sector.
Original Whitepaper read here in pdf.