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Research Partners

JCI JCI is a partner in NSF Grant #1339835
EarlyWarning EarlyWarning is a partner in NSF Grant #1430144
Centurylink CenturyLink provides computation power for NSF Grants #1318788 and #1518939
Siemens Siemens is a partner in NSF Grant #1239093
Mayo and CASCADE partners in an NVIDIA GPU Research Center
RAI RAI is a partner of a UNITO/RAI-CRIT research agreement

 

Support for CASCADE comes from ASU OKED, Fulton Schools of Engineering, and CIDSE. CASCADE is also supported partially by NSF-IIP Grant #1464579.

 

The ASU Blockchain Research Lab has partnered with SRP, the Salt River Project to address the inadequate infrastructure of our electrical grid. Raj Sadaye, a graduate student researcher at the ASU Blockchain Research Lab is leading the charge with SRP to meet this demand. The labs distributed ledger technology infrastructure of the peer-to-peer energy trading system is built upon Hyperledger Fabric. Hyperledger fabric is a modular and extensible open-source system for deploying and operating permissioned blockchains.

As detailed further in Raj Sadaye’s research, he describes the need for transformation in the current power distribution system. At the ASU Blockchain Research Lab, we believe it is important to build a system to manage interactions between these autonomous prosumers. Furthermore, we believe that transactive energy systems built upon the Hyperledger Fabric network can provide a solution for this. This solution is detailed as the following benefits to the consumer: (1) Better utilization of grid assets can lower costs, presently during high demand hours. (2) Greater reliability and resilience. (3) Increased choice and information will give consumers greater control over personal energy use. (4) Increased use of renewable energy resources gives individual consumers the satisfaction of contributing to larger, societal goals. 

See the full report on the ASU Blockchain Research Lab's Website Here: Link 

Support for CASCADE comes from ASU OKED, Fulton Schools of Engineering, and CIDSE. CASCADE is also supported partially by NSF-IIP Grant #1464579.