Copenhagen-based furniture giant IKEA’s research laboratory Space10 has successfully created a small wooden village to exhibit how communities could craft their individual circular clean energy system. The project uses solar panels and blockchain to make an operational energy system through a neighbor-to-neighbor trading system.

Bas Van De Poel, creative director at SPACE10 said: “Centralized energy systems are often too slow and economically inadequate to reach the billion people who remain locked in energy poverty”.

Read the details in the article of Coinidol dot com, the world blockchain news outlet: