Block chain for smart grid
Author(s):
Dr.A.Radhika, Sandeepya. Inavolu, Vedha sree. Kilaru, Harika.adusumilli
Keywords:
Smart grid, blockchain, decentralization.
Abstract
A community which is a collection of group of family living houses . Each house generates many waste water due to washing , bathing , cleaning , etc. Those all water other than sending to drainage we can divert them through pipelines into a huge tank. We can use this water for electricity by purifying the water. Transaction between water flow to turbines, amount of power generated ,consumers power usage are verified and recorded in blocks. This paper proposes block chain as a tool. Transactions as performed with smart contracts and the network act as transaction verifier. It also provides immutability to transaction history, which can be used for audit or solving a transaction dispute. In this, we include sensors for each house to know the quantity of water released and to know the quantity of electricity to pass without adding extra cost. If any amount of extra electricity need to be passed we cost them according to it. As every house doesn't have the same amount of wastage water so at the end of every day the remaining water can be sent to gardening or path side trees to be grown.
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Unique Paper ID: 155131

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 12

Page(s): 1507 - 1513
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