Power Ledger, one of the foremost companies of Australia, has now declared itself as the founding partner of the Zero Carbon Certification Scheme. The Australian company is known for operating a software application that permits producers and consumers to keep track, maintain a trace, and engage in the trading of energy in Kilowatts. The company is now the founding partner of the Hydrogen Australia Zero Carbon Certification Scheme and Smart Energy Council. Power Ledger is renowned worldwide for developing the Blockchain-based energy trading software application that makes power grids more resilient and flexible. The software assists clients across eleven countries in bringing novel innovations, forms, and ideas into modernized power grids to drive the democratization of renewable energy. Dr. Jemma Green, the CEO and Co-Founder of Power Ledger, believes that the initiative shall provide immense support to the growth and development of new industries in the world.
John Grimes, the CEO of Smart Energy Council, believes that Power Ledger shall play a significant role in the Zero Carbon Certification Scheme by transforming the power grid from a centralized to a distributed structure. The changing of the power grid from the centralized to the distributed structure shall require the development of a support framework for the functioning of the new configuration in the highly agile market of industries. This certification scheme is for the preservation of renewable hydrogen, renewable metals, and renewable ammonia. The other founding partners of the Scheme include The ACT Government, Ammonia Energy Association, CWP Global, Energy Web, Evoenergy, and more. Zero Carbon Certification Scheme seeks to bring more partners into the fold, and the announcement of new founding partners shall be made around 13th May 2021. Apart from Power Ledger, one of the most critical founding partners of the Scheme is the Ammonia Energy Association, known for promoting sustainable ammonia use.