A new power purchasing platform has been launched that will allow corporates to purchase renewable energy directly through an online marketplace for the first time in Australia. 

Corporates can now buy renewable power from the new 9.4MW Suntech Mojo solar energy project, in Robinvale Victoria, via a secondary marketplace facilitated by blockchain technology.     

Traditionally, direct power purchase agreements (PPAs) are only accessible to large customers purchasing over 10MW or $2 million of energy, locking most companies out of the market. 

Using green energy technology company WePower’s contract architecture, PPAs tokenisation and trading platform technologies, retailer Mojo Power will open a secondary marketplace for power from the Suntech Mojo solar energy project. 

Mojo Power CEO, Warren Murphy, said, “By purchasing power through this platform and avoiding traditional retail energy plans, companies will be able to save up to 30 per cent on their power bills.

“Companies will know with certainty where their electricity came from and how it was generated. 

“Increasingly, employees want corporates to lead on sustainability issues, including energy.”

WePower CEO, Nikolaj Martyniuk, said the project going live was a milestone on the road to energy democracy in Australia. 

“Energy customers in Australia can now receive an unprecedented level of transparency, access and insight by purchasing energy through our platform.”

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1 Comment
  1. Maria 4 years ago

    This idea is excellent. I am waiting for this kind of secondary market for energy trading.
    But you only mention about deal directly from suppliers or energy generators to corporates or businesses, are individuals allowed to involve like stock market?

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