Comparative review and discussion on P2P electricity trading

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The peer to peer (P2P) electricity trading without the need for utilities is expected to increase as the awareness of the shared economy has grown and the microgrid has spread. Furthermore, the development of renewable energy technology and the Internet technology will accelerate the dissemination of the new system. In this light, this study compares the major P2P electricity trading cases being promoted and reviews the potential development and future challenges. Since there have been little case studies of P2P electricity trading published, this study could be used as valuable information for government and corporations that are promoting or pursuing P2P electricity trading business.




Park, C., & Yong, T. (2017). Comparative review and discussion on P2P electricity trading. In Energy Procedia (Vol. 128, pp. 3–9). Elsevier Ltd.

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